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You've had the El Dorado 5? 8? 12? 15? 21? Well, this is El Dorado 2. Yep, 2 years old, and pretty raw. There's some molasses and toffee, but the mouth feel is really thin and watery, and the alcohol is distracting. It's very inexpensive, as it should be. I drink it neat and not often, but I can imagine it doing okay in mixed drinks. For a few dollars more you can get ED 8 and live a happier life.
Noticed this at a local store today and thought I'd give it a shot since it's the cheapest on the shelf and I enjoy all other El Dorado rums I've tasted.
Poured this up a few minutes ago and was immediatly treated to a rich toffee smell. Taste is sweet, toffee and rich like most dark rums but a little harsh on the throat.
Added a few ice cubes and a splash of cola and it's a pretty good drink.
Flot skip som går igen på mange af deres flasker. Da jeg er en tosset samler måtte jeg også hade denne i samlingen og er en af dem som der vil blive drukket og mikset med cola
This is one of the first rums I started paying attention to. I had a Cuba Libre in a restaurant and was told it was made from this. After tasting from the bottle, I knew it was not the rum used in that drink. This is much heavier and sweeter with the burnt sugar taste. It has always been my wife's favorite. I have come along way over the last five years since trying to find that particular rum that was in that very tasty Cuba Libre. I'm glad I started this journey. This is my first review of many in the coming days/weeks/months/years.
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