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Flor de Caña 18-Year Centenario Gold Rum is produced in Chichigalpa, Nicaragua. The rum is crafted using column stills and is then aged for 18 years.
The 18-year variety is the oldest rum produced by Flor de Caña, a brand owned by Grupo Pellas and founded in 1890 Francisco Alfredo Pellas. A 5th generatino Pellas family member still runs the company today.
Bon rapport qualité prix, il est très doux. Un note de vanille et de chêne, le tout caramélisé. Par rapport au 12 et 7 ans, est qu’ il le prix? Pour les vrais connaisseurs oui, sinon le 12 fait l affaire.
Inte helt fel, lite besviken, trodde den skulle va bättre.
That version 18 is complex but is still accessible. Caramel notes, butterscotch , honey and toast. The oak is present but does not take over the pastry notes and orange zest. Very round and smooth with hints of vanilla on the end with the oak that still does not leave us. Very nice job
A lovely sipping rum... Not the best for flavour but decent to drink on ice
Well after spending $50 I would expect to get something that is at a +7, this one across the board was tough to drink at first but has one some favor with me as i have consumed more of it. The alcohol and esters overwhelmed the flavors at first but let her mellow and it does just that. Over it .....is 18years old and i do not believe it has been adulterated so truth be known it is a real rum as it most likely should taste. Revisit just had some of this rum it oxidized in the bottle absolute crap and I treat my rum with Tinder gloves crap crap crap just go to the local Cesspool for some more of this stuff
de color caramelo con un sabor de lo mejor que he probado, no dudo en recomendarlo, ya que du sabor no es invasivo lo que asegura una celebración excelente
Medium sterk krydret smak. Fin å drikke både bar og med is. Er laaaangt bedre enn sin lillebror på 12 år. Men i forhold til pris er den kun en ok rom
Full-flavored fruity with a round body. Goes excellent together with orange chocolocate, for example the Swedish "Marabou Apelsincrisp". A very good rum for first timers.
A tad more sweet than the twelve year, but not overly so. I like this rum quite a bit!
In the glass you find a medium golden amber rum with light thin legs that quickly descends after you swirl it. The nose is lightly sweet with noticeable oaky zest. The palate is very smooth and dominated by oak. The dominans of wooden flavour almost mascarades the frail melasse sweetness, and is perhaps just a bit overbearing. It's impressively smooth though and there is no doubt it's a quality product. It just doesn't fit my profile very well.
Gentle nose. Just a bit of alcohol. Caramel and cloves on the tongue and a little lingering aftertaste. Quite smooth.
Fast ideal - nur sein kleiner Bruder (Flor Cana 12 Years) ist besser
Solid rum, a bit harsh for 18yo. A bit sweet, and a pretty solid taste.
Read lots of glowing reviews on this one. It's good, but a little harsh neat. Needs an ice cube. I actually prefer the 12 year.
For a 18yrs old claim, there are plenty other 10-12-15yrs old better quality and fairly priced.
Ikke så kraftig duft, måske lidt fad og karamel. Meget smag af fad, hvor man efter et par tåre får smag af lidt karamel. Ikke super interessant eftersmag. Ikke en dårlig rom, men heller ikke en, der skal have plads i barskabet. Virker som en dyrere udgave af Barcelo imperial.
I am sipping this as I write. It is a nice smooth rum for sure. Not overly anything, and I find the taste somewhat indistinct for a higher tier offering in the Flor de Cana line. Still it is very easy to drink and I can't see anyone, even those that prefer other styles, not liking it.
Faller inte alls mig på läppen obetydlig sötma ren spitsmak o inte alls behaglig att dricka
This is a Rum that's very smooth and not extremely sweet. I love smoother spirits and this rum seems to get more smooth with each sip. The slight spiciness gives it a great finish.
To start, leave bottle open for a bit to let breathe. Has a nice dry caramely aroma. Very smooth, dry, little burn. Flavor is nice, dry, caramel, but not sweet. Great for sipping, on rocks it flows effortlessly down the throat. Almost too smooth, when mixing w ginger beer or coke hides in background. Use as sipper.
Nice on the nose. Vanilla, butterscotch. Not a lot on flavor. Very dry.
There is little on the nose and the taste is quite dry with an alcoholic kick. Certainly lots of oak. It's very full-bodied and, although it is initially dry on the tongue, it has a spicey and slightly sweet after-taste. All this certainly makes it well balanced, but for dry rums with a bit of depth, I prefer La Hechicera - which is also about £10 a bottle cheaper.
Yeah it's sweet but I kinda like em that way. Very tasty and smooth.
Bit to dry for me. Expected more of the 18 years of riping.