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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.
Liebe Ihn als Santo-Libre oder andere Mixgetränke
Good mix rum.
Love him as a Santo-Libre or other mixed drinks
A major characteristic of Cuban rums is that fiery alcoholic burn upfront and after, but there are a few pleasant tasting notes: A little bit of that saccharine demerara sugar, esters briefly evoking dried tropical fruits and a vanilla aftertaste. This is not a first choice sipper, but fine as a shooter, and apropos of cocktails, the daiquiri and mojito will surely improve in flavor toward their intended form.
I prefer to mix it with Cola, ice, slice of lime and a few drops of vanilla extract.
I like the taste and effect. No bad hangover from this one. It's readily available everywhere in Germany. Quite regularly for 10 Euros a bottle.
This rum ultimately meets all of its expectations and has more of a distinct taste than many rums in its class. It is more fruity and functional than many other whites out there. It serves as a well mixer and provides the Cuban taste called for in many great drinks. Cost and function are strengths.
Actually Quite useable in mixing. After some drinking it develops a sour burn in throat, so be careful. Nothing remarkable, but a completely ok rum for serving your guests. To be avoided straight.
Kostovka priamo z cuby. Jemne nasladla zaujimava chuť.
Harsh, sharp, chemical-ey & unpleasant. I've been working my way up from the cheapest that's available locally (semi-rural Tasmania, so not much) and this was one of the cheapest (around A$50). Yucky.
Because of its mild Taste, great for mixing. Sweet , so don't put together much sugar in it.
Denne klassiker har en høj værdig i forhold til prisen. Den nydes aller helst on the rocks eller i drinks da smagen er lidt mere skarp og sprittet end den mørke 7 års. Man går aldrig galt i byen med denne rom der til prisen er langt mere værd end andet "mainstream" rom.
this one is ok for drinks. I would not drink it otherwise.
I’m no authority when it comes to white rum but this stuff is good. The only other white rum I’ve had is Bacardi silver and this blows that out of the water. Good on it’s own, but shines as a mixer. I’ve mainly used it in piña coladas so if you make those buy this. For a white rum it’s definitely up there.
Tasty rum, best served on the rocks or in a beautiful Cuban cocktail. One of the best light rums, but I prefer a more aged rum
Festive season give you an excuse to try different runs, yay! Some sadly are not really worth the effort.
This never disappoints me. Clean, flavoursome and versatile. Would I drink it neat? Probably not. Would I be happy to have some? Absolutely.
Dette er ikke helt min smak. litt enkel i smak og kun for mix i drinker.
Exactly for Cuba libre, Mojito. Only for mix. Venceremos!
The ideal Rum for Cocktails. Not really for pure Drinking
Citrus, vanilla and oak, a little spice and lemon and a delicate nutty note.
Not to drink smooth.
Only for mojito, Cuba libre and other cocktails.
I have doubts that it is aged in the barrels.
Suppose it’s better than Bacardi? Has more of a flavour to it
Actually one made in Habana is only slightly better than the one made in Mexico under the same label. No copyrights exist in Mexico
Perfect for making mojito
Not mixed there is little taste
Basic mixer when supply is short. It serves its porpouse but does not excel.
Much Like Havana club white, this is a cocktail rum. Definitely a sweeter and more pronounced flavour than its counterpart, but a mixing rum all the same.
dignitoso e bevibile, più da cocktails che liscio. MA sempre meglio di Bacardi
Havana Club 3-Year rum review by The Ultimate Rum Guide