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Antioqueno Aguardiente rum

Antioqueno Aguardiente

Colombia | Flavored

5.5/10 (4 ratings)
Easily consumable in a bind

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Posted 2 months ago by Surge from Colombia with 18 ratings

Some people love aguardiente in Colombia. It’s not rum, obviously.
The blue cap versio without extra sugar is better; but i’d still give it a six. Efficient only to get you dancing, drink it ice cold.

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Posted almost 2 years ago by eddieo from United States with 92 ratings

OK, big sweeping statement there. But it's like that - ubiquitous with the landscape. It's also in most liquor stores stateside as an aguardiente for the US market. Very common and popular swill, although the less sugary, the better.

The stuff is for revelers, it's a standard bearer for shots and other hardness that goes along with drinking beers. It's not something you search for - It seeks you out. I once drank this out of a goat's leg... still have both my legs.

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Posted over 3 years ago by Tony Lindo from Panama with 133 ratings

Un Aguardiente joven anisado que invita a conocer como si fuera una grappa italiana pero con características totalmente del campo

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Posted over 3 years ago by mistercoughy from United States with 239 ratings

Aguardiente (literally, “fire water”), is Colombia's favorite alcoholic beverage. It's made from sugar cane and flavored with anise and bottled at only 58 proof – far short of the 80 proof mark to officially qualify as rum - but there are a few aguardientes on this site nevertheless. Anyway, this brand, Antioqueno, is the most popular in all of Colombia. It's best enjoyed as straight shots. The taste is pleasant, very dry and not very strong...which is deceiving because you'll think nothing of guzzling several shots before you realize that you are here and your pants are over there. Oops.