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Flor De Cana Gran Reserve 7 is produced in Nicaragua using a three-column still process. Distilled according to a precise recipe, the rum is aged for seven years in charred oak barrels that previously held Jack Daniels Tennessee Whiskey.
Flor De Cana is part of the Grupo Pellas, Compañia Licorera de Nicaragua, SA. The name, Flor De Cana, means “flower of the sugarcane.
Its subtly complex and certainly dry, with a dusty oak presence and a bit of a soured finish. As with the younger expressions, I like it best with fruit juices.
Definitely better than house rum... but not my favorite for sipping or mixing. Its got a little too much bite for me to sip, but the other flavors overpower a mix a little bit. Still very drinkable... and very preferred over cheap/common labels.
This is one of my go to rums for mixing aged rum. At $21 a bottle you can't beat the price. It's smooth enough to drink on the rocks but really stands out mixed with a coke.
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Nothing special and good with coke. I won't buy this next time. .
Love the Ron Floe de Cana #7 and all theFlor de Cana rums there great with to mix or just sipping love them all
Not ideal for sipping. Excellent for Cuba Libres. A classic choice that I will continue going back to.
Not a sipping rum, but very good with ginger ale.
A decent sipper, sort of gets lost with coke.
Well appointed, but not remarkable
This rum is okay, but I really expected something smoother for 7 year aged rum.
Nice smooth rum, great daily drinker
Not a bad choice
Surprising for a 7 yo.
Surprenant pour un 7 ans.
Has a good smell to it
Found this to be a pretty standard middle of the range rum offering. With notes of fruit, nuts and spice in the body that lead to a light smoky oak finish. Great for Mojito's and other fruit based cocktails.