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Havana Club 3-Year rum is produced from molasses and aged for 3 years in white oak barrels before filtering and bottling.
Havana Club rum is produced in Cuba, where the company was founded in 1878 by José Arechabala. The company was nationalized in 1959 after the Cuban Revolution and now jointly owned by Pernod Ricard and the Cuban government.
Use it to any rum coctails i do and really like it. It's one of the best rums as alcohol matrix for tiki-coctails or simple rum coctails. Recomend to use it as white rum instead of blanco rums, that most of all are vodka with a smell of rum. But i have no reason to drink it pure, so the final mark is 6.
A good fruity, vanilla-sweetness to this young rum. It has a good flavour, it is nothing special and doesn't work particularly well on its own but it does work well in cocktails and mixed drinks. If you compare it to the likes of bacardi it is actually rum (but then so are some vodkas).
I think this is suitable just for very basic level cocktails, the one you mix in disco's to fool kids and make them pay 400% a drink you paid nothing.
Aged 3 years... yeah, maybe a teaspoon in the entire bottle!
The only good thing is no sugar addition, skip it if you can!
If you’re having a party and want to mix a lot and don’t spend to much and have something better than Bacardi. Than buy this one preferable in discount. Easy to drink and easy to forget as well.
A clear white rum with a bit of yellow colour. Ethanol on the nose that improves after resting. A light agricole almost tequila flavour. Can be sipped but would be better mixed.
By some of the reviews that I’ve read, I seriously thought this was going to be another Bacardi. I like to sip rums when I first try them before mixing so that I can get it’s true flavor. This is a light rum that is truly delicious. It was smooth, lightly sweet on the palate and flavorful, unlike many light rums. This makes a great daiquiri. Definitely a keeper.
It's not a bad rum, quite simple aged rum. But you can also sip it or mix it, it's godd for the price.
Smell: vanilla, molasses (salt), aok, pear
Taste initial: vanilla, white oak
Taste finish: spice, molasses, citrus
Aftertaste: citrus/white oak
Havana Club 3-Year is a rum worth tasting. You might not like it, you might even hate it, but don't hate me for enjoying it! I prefer my havana-3 raw on the rocks. For the PRICE this rum is definitely worth it. The taste itself is smooth and fresh. And yes the alcohol is quite noticeable, however not too bad for a white rum. Some say it's a great rum for cocktails, I personally have no experience in using Havana Club 3yo in any cocktail or dink mix, but it's perfectly fine by it self.
Wir kennen ihn alle. Jeder Rum-Cola bzw Cuba Libre besteht daraus. Für den preis 10€/Flasche auch nichts daran auszusetzen.
Geruch und Geschmack sind sprittig und billig..
Possibly a petrol based spirit. Not spicy but tingly on the tongue. Havana Club not much taste but perfectly drinkable. The Coach and horses on the A4 in August 2017
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