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Flor de Caña Añejo Clásico 5-Year rum

Flor de Caña Añejo Clásico 5-Year

Nicaragua | Gold

A sugar-free 5-year old premium rum that is sustainably produced (Carbon Neutral & Fair Trade certified). From a 5th generation family estate, it is naturally aged without artificial ingredients, distilled 100% with renewable energy and KOSHER certified. A medium-bodied rum with a long and smooth finish that lingers in the palate. Best enjoyed with tropical fruit juices or sodas.

5.3/10 (54 ratings)
Easily consumable in a bind

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54 Flor de Caña Añejo Clásico 5-Year ratings

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Posted 6 days ago by Redrum from United Kingdom with 17 ratings

Ok. Nothing to write home about. Ok for mixing but bog standard, middle of the road stuff

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Posted 25 days ago by Nick70 from United Kingdom with 3 ratings

Bought on discount at Asda supermarket at £15 so thought it was worth a try and got to say compared to captain Morgan and lambs rum etc its a winner with a mixer, being not as sweet and a more subtle flavour its even just passable neat for me.

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Posted about 2 months ago by Andrewofcalgary from Canada with 52 ratings

Tones of peppermint and acetone. On the high end of the low ends, but nothing to tell your friends about.

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Posted 3 months ago by nezn4my from United Kingdom with 6 ratings

Have soft spot for Flor de Caña so I am probably overrating this rum but I really like it. It’s definitely better for mixing than drinking neat but still good value for money esp. if you can get it on sale.

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Posted 3 months ago by I3R0K3N7FEET from United Kingdom with 69 ratings

I'm writing this from memory. Didn't really enjoy it, I remember bit being lightly funky with a hint of molasses, but had a bitter tanin flavour. It took forever for me to drink this stuff as I wasnt keen, ended up mixing it away. I'd be interested in trying the more premium versions maybe the 12 year. But I'm apprehensive.

You might like it, but not for me

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Posted 4 months ago by David from Spain with 15 ratings

I do not perceive too many flavours, jist clean and elegant rum. I mean it in a very positive sense. A rum for everybody in my opinion.

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Posted 8 months ago by eddieo from United States with 92 ratings

This is where the FdC rums begin their polishing for the palate, the 5 year gets a good dose of benefits from aging in the barrel a year more than their filtered lights. That classic Spanish style flavor is present, a touch sweet and woody, and the body is significantly more substantial as a result. It’s still in that in between zone, where it’s better mixed than sipped, but it fully qualifies for cocktails requiring an aged Spanish rum that won’t break the bank. With a little ice, it’s an ok sipper, but the 7 year feels like the real sweet spot, neat or on the rocks.

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Posted 9 months ago by FerPaard from Netherlands with 13 ratings

Not a bad one in my opinion. Smooth. Not very outspoken, but enjoyable. Light. Easy to sip. Some tones of sweet spices. Apparently my taste differs from the crowd. This was no bad buy at all.

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Posted 10 months ago by Jeff beales from United Kingdom with 24 ratings

Another always on offer at Tescos.
Good for the price if you're not a rum snob like me but likes a nice rum.

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Posted 11 months ago by Fraser Campbell Sr from United Kingdom with 2 ratings

This rum was pleasant to mix with cola or ginger beer but I didn't enjoy drinking it on its own. I would buy it again to mix with but would look for a different rum to enjoy straight from the bottle.