Thanks so much for submitting a report. It has been emailed to the Rum Captain and will be actioned shortly.
Vanilj i doften. Och även i smaken. Lite fat smak. Kryddig. Ok.
I wanted to buy a good run while in Rhode Island, thinking that I'd have a lot of choices. Boy was I wrong. That's the best I could find... Nothing to write about, really.
Příjemná, sladká vůně po rozinkách, trochu tvrdý, jakoby nevyzrálý alkohol...
Sugar:0-5 GPL. I found nothing special about this rum. Not the best for sipping by any means. Works well in a mixed drink. There are many other rums with the same Cuban style rum characteristics. Oak, spice, vanilla with a sharp edge overall.
But it doesn't strand out and there is better options out there.
This is yet another example of the word Anejo appearing on a bottle of rum that is of "okay" quality.
Let i duften. Mild, sød og ung smag af vanilje og egetræ.
The average Joe of rums. Nothing much there, some Bourbon-notes, sweetness (natural), vanilla. Thin.
Flavor is not complex enough for sipping, but seem a little too much for mixing. Picked up a bottle in Puerto Rico, but truly prefer the Gold for mixing.
Caramel, brown sugar in the nose.
Taste is plain and boring with no significant flavour (maybe hints of cinnamon). Finish is lightly sweet with touch of coconut.
Best what I can say about it is, that it is an average rum.
Its a pretty clean rum a bit on the sweet side. Nothing special but a decent mixer
Just a very basic one. Really light nose, little sweet in flavour.
Light caramel color with hints of toasted almonds and light oak. Ok supper with mild alcohol aroma.
Don Q Anejo is dry as desert, very close to a mediocre cognac. Plantation his has very little to do with proper aged dark rums. Color is weak, alcohol smell is nasty and the taste test is not that good at all.
Egentlig en meget god duft, men smagen er en anelse for flad.