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Easily consumable in a bind
170 grams of sugar added, compared to Zacapa 23's 20 or Diplomatico's 40. Quite ridiculous. Still, it's somewhat enjoyable. Flavor is dominated by coconut, orange and sugar. If you like liqueur with a tropical flavor, you'll like this.
A lip-smacking expression from 1423's Compañero range, based around rum from Trinidad and flavoured with plenty of orange alongside various tropical deliciousness. Well suited to enjoying alongside particularly sweet puddings, we reckon. Loads of fresh orange juiciness, with a hint of waxy orange peel underneath. Burnt sugar, cinnamon and five spice develop alongside the citrus.
Again, a rum that I only tasted once, so keep it in mind. A nice smell of coconut to me, but the taste is very different: orange, herbs, chocolate. Somewhat interesting, but I might need a bit of time to get used to it. Would give it another try if I have a chance to, but the taste is bit too complicated/atypical to me.
It has smell beautiful exotic fruits, also the taste is similar. Maybe isn't brilliant but for me it was really pleasure and fun.
First of. This is not really rum, it's liquor. So the rating depends on what you're expecting I guess. The nose is, not surprisingly, filled with orange, the dried candied kind you get at christmas, and fresh coconut. Sipping reveals a very, very sweet character, again with orange/coconut notes. It's suspiciously smooth and obviously a tampered "rum". It's pure candy and could be used as a desert if your in the mood i geuss. In that regard it's not bad.
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