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It's like a young (not aged) and filtered bacardi, flavoured with pineapple aroma.
I made some cocktails of it. It's not bad form mixing, but it's not a good aged rum and not meant to be. I like the bacardi coconut and Malibu much more.
Try coconutwater with some malibu or bacardi coconut.
It's very good.
Not as strong as Cruzan Pineapple. It did not blend well with Bacardi Coconut.
This is simple the worst thing i've ever put in my mouth... why would someone create such terrible thing? Really, I've never had a worst drink in my life!
This taste like some kind cheap deodorant... like.... just terrible!
Bacardi line up has a few decent aged dark sipper rums, but on the absolute opposite end sits this vile liquid mixed with very artificial pineapple flavor. Just awful.
Not a sipper and not meant to be, but makes for a pretty decent mixer. It has a great pineapple aroma with just a bit of an alcohol scent. Straight up there is a very sweet pineapple flavor that quickly gives way to a fairly harsh burn. I have used it in a few drinks and have no complaints except that it has a bit of harshness that is accentuated if it's mixed with low quality spirits and ingredients. However, when it's paired with better quality stuff it's not bad at all.
I am rating this a 8 in the since of it makes a excellent mixer and comparing it only to other flavored mixing rums, not the stuff you would drink on its own as there is no comparison. Makes great mojitos when paired with the coconut. $12/bottle it is cheaper and better than Malibu or parrot bay.
I didn’t expect to like this (I rated the Captain Morgan Pineapple very low). But what made me like it is the coconut, which wasn’t mentioned on the bottle. This is similar to the Bacardi Pineapple Fusion, though I believe this actually has a touch more coconut flavor, and that’s why I like it just a little better. Not bad if you like the Bacardi flavored rums, though the straight coconut is my favorite.