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Bozkov Original rum

Bozkov Original

Czech Republic | Gold

2.1/10 (62 ratings)
Barely drinkable, gasoline-like

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Posted 10 months ago by Alexandra from Czech Republic with 6 ratings

Due to its synthetic color and smell it's very suitable for old furniture care.

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Posted about 2 years ago by Martin Tousek from Czech Republic with 21 ratings

Božkov tuzemský = potato distillate + rum flavour. Suitable only for baking. If you want to vomit in the morning have one straight or with coke. 1%

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Posted over 3 years ago by Ondřej Výška from Czech Republic with 40 ratings

Peklo z minulého režimu. Max na exování nebo pečení. Není rum!

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Posted almost 4 years ago by HunterRomario from Czech Republic with 298 ratings

Do cukroví je samozřejmě vhodnější, než rum za tisíc korun. Ze Zacapy rumové kuličky (zatím) neděláme. :)

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Posted about 2 years ago by Luke from Czech Republic with 102 ratings

Aroma nikdo nemůže tomuto rumu upřít. Tak silné aroma nemá snad žáden rum. Do cukroví výborný :-)

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Posted about 2 years ago by Maik22 from Czech Republic with 63 ratings

Na tento bramborový rum znám jedno přísloví: V Karibiku mají kliku, že kotvíme na rybníku.

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Posted over 2 years ago by Javaznenevim from Slovakia with 52 ratings

Luckily, this thing cant be called rum anymore. There is a lot of these false rums in Czechoslovakia.

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Posted over 3 years ago by MaoHp from Czech Republic with 11 ratings

Not really drinkable... good for baking and with Coke.

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Posted 1 day ago by Jan Baštinec from Czech Republic with 88 ratings

Czech classic (not exactly typical rum) with 37,5 % of alcohol.

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Posted 7 days ago by Seko from Czech Republic with 74 ratings

No rum here, good for baking and adding flavor to eggnog. Maybe I am just imagining this, but it seems to me that on the nose, there is actually some resemblance of Pusser's British Navy.