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Havana Club 7-Year Rum is distilled from fermented molasses and aged in charred white oak barrels for seven years.
Havana Club rum is still made in Cuba - where the company was founded by José Arechabala in 1878 and then nationalized in 1959 after the Cuban Revolution. Havana Club is now jointly owned by Pernod Ricard and the Cuban government.
Ce rhum manque de tonus; le qualificatif de "mou" me vient en tête. Comme s'il avait vieilli en ayant trop chaud et trop humide (c'est une impression...). Pas mon genre de rhum.
No structure, too soft and a "humid" feel. Not my kind.
This rum stands in the Havana Club pedigree between Anejo Especial and Seleccion de Maestros. However, its taste is way closer to his younger brother, than to the taste of Seleccion de Maestros, which is one or two classes higher. Typical Cuban dry taste, slightly more matured than Anejo Especial. Is the difference in price worth the difference in taste? In my opinion no. Therefore 75%.
Det er ikke den bedste rom, som jeg har smagt. Der er dog noget i eftersmagen, som ikke rammer min smag. Det er en okay rom som matcher beløbet. Jeg vil anbefale at drikke den med cola, dog kan det også lige gå an, at drikke den rent.
Nothing spectacular but does its job as a mediocre rum that comes with an affordable price. Classic Cuban style and way better than the cheaper Havana Clubs. It's that kind of bottle you wanna keep at home in case somebody who never tried rum before wanted to take a sip, so there's no need to waste a Zacapa to hear him/her go "way too bitter!".
In a rum emergency, where you only have supermarkets to work with, and for about £20 this will do. With enough time to mail order, this would be a terrible choice. It’s not terrible, but it’s pretty rough really.
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