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El Pasador de Oro XO rum

El Pasador de Oro XO

France | Aged

Les Bienheureux El Pasador de Oro XO is a made from a combination of Guatemalan rums, which are aged anywhere from 6 to 15 years in oak barrels. Additional aging takes place in France in Cognac casks.

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Posted 10 months ago by m keating from United States with 34 ratings

I admit to being partially biased to sweet Rums, and this is one. But only just. Maybe butterscotch or carmel. Yes, oak but so mellow. And so smooth, aged in French cognac casks. Warm finish that maybe does not last quite long enough. Love the thick bottomed bottle, hate the lable. This Rum tied for me with another of my favorites, Diplomatico Reserva Exclusiva. Not that they are the same but both are my go-to for a quiet sip, ice or not, both are my best affordables so far.


Posted almost 4 years ago by Arnaud from France with 22 ratings

Une jolie carafe pour ce rhum vieilli dans la région de cognac. Un rhum complexe vieilli en fut de cognac. En bouche, il est assez doux avec un gout de fruits compotés et un léger boisé. Ce n'est pas archi complexe, mais c'est efficace. Un produit très bien élaboré pour environ 45 euros.


Posted 4 years ago by Adam Freij from Sweden with 28 ratings

För tillfället en av mina absoluta favoriter. Fruktansvärt mjuk och len.

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Posted over 4 years ago by Jagsroy (PREMIUM) from Canada with 188 ratings

El Pasador de Oro Rum sells for $69 CAD in my area (SAQ). While I knew practically nothing about this Rum at the time of purchase, the presentation and packaging were too attractive to pass up. This mahogany coloured Rum is extremely smooth and leaves no burn whatsoever. My only criticism would be the sweetness level of the rum which at 16 gsl is much sweeter than my own preference. Nevertheless this is a great Rum, specially if you tend to like sweeter Rums.


Posted over 4 years ago by Tobias Hansen from Denmark with 95 ratings

Smager skønnt med søde udviklende noter af vanilje, karamel og lidt fad


Posted over 4 years ago by Frank from Canada with 5 ratings

Really good final, spicy and a lot of complexity. The alcool is there but hide by the smoothness and the spicy touch at the end. Better if u let it breathe a bit. Honey and a little bit of cinnamon. Not to sweet, I love it.


Posted over 4 years ago by Rodrigo from Mexico with 114 ratings

Great looking bottle, good and tasty Rum... sin duda lo volvería a compra.

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Posted over 4 years ago by Loldelagohelle from France with 190 ratings

Ce rhum est bouteille est superbe .le rhum est sur la canelle le caramel et plus puissant qu unn zacapa 23 et un peu plus reste tres doux.un rapport qualite prix top pour 45 euros c est juste en dessous d un centenario 20 ans qui a un tout petit plus.mais c est proche.
Ce rhum de melasse est a avoir pour les amateurs.le grande reserve a un peu plus de gout mais un peu moins sucre note 8.9.


Posted over 4 years ago by vincent from France with 128 ratings

Ce rhum est un assemblage de rhum XO (entre 8 et 15 ans) de trois distilleries du Guatemala, avec la particularité d’avoir un affinage dans des fûts de Cognac en France. Le résultat est bon même si je lui reproche juste un manque de puissance et une dominance du caramel. C’est un rhum très doux en bouche, sans être trop sucré, et qui descend tout seul dans la gorge. Le final est également intéressant sur la longueur. Pour moins de 50 euros il dépasse largement les autres rhums qui sont dans la même catégorie (Guatemala: on pense forcement Zacapa 15 et 23).
This rum is a blent of XO (6 years minimum) from three distilleries of Guatemala, with the particularity of having a finish in Cognac barrels in France. The result is good even if it lacks strengh. It is a sweet rum in the mouth, without being too sweet, and it goes down easily in the throat. The aftertaste is also interesting on the time. For less than 50 euros it's way better than the other rums that are in the same category (Guatemala: we think Zacapa 15 and 23).


Posted over 4 years ago by Ben from Canada with 58 ratings

el passador de oro...commentaire a VENIR..........


Posted over 4 years ago by Chet from United States with 192 ratings

Excellent Rum, Great looking bottle and from the nose to the finish it is very smooth. No idea how old it is but it definitely has some wood and a hint of sweetness. Good N Tasty Rhum...