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Havana Club Blanco is the youngest of the Havana Club rums and is standardly used in cocktails. Like its counterparts, it is made in Cuba and aged in oak casks.
In other mixed drinks you will still taste how bad this rum is...
Simple and cheap . Only for mixed drinks. Nothing more.
Better then Bacardi for mixing.. thats for sure. Not really much else to say on this one.
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If you ran out of 3 y.o. you might want to try Anejo Blanco as your base for mixers... but might be good only for Cuba Libre (or also others if you don't like your guests) On its it's not good even when you are desperate
Slightly better tasting then bacardi superior/Carta Blanca. Only use as cheap mixer. Don't like the artificial flavours too much.
Simple rum to mix with coke, just as the product from Bacardi nothing special. No recommendation to drink pure.
Just for mixing, nothing more, nothing less but still not good enough to achieve very nice cocktails.
Aromatický, sladší s ovocnou chutí. Samostatně lepší než Bacardi, nejlépe však s Colou.
Good choice for mixed drinks. Drinking straight not recommend...
Solo para cocktails, aunque si puedo elegir prefiero el de 3 años
Tastes fresh. Love it with Coke (Zero) and Lime. So refreshing different. Probably the only white rum I like and it is a Havana Club (and I am not exactly a havana Club fan). Of course the score must be seen in a category white rum, can't compare it really to aged rums.
I don't see the need for this rum. The 3-Anos is similarly priced and is so much better that this one has basically left the market. It's comparable to the white version of Bacardi, which is awful. I'd still prefer this one over that one, due to the distinct lack of bitterness.
Nothing really memorable about this. It gets the job done as a mixer if you can't spend a few quid more than the next one up in the line. Still better than the other brand though.
Love Havana Club rums, but not this one. Only for mixed drinks, or cooking cakes!
Works as a mixer in cocktails. Nothing more.
A classic case of commercial rum. Can be bought in every supermarket, is cheap and is mass produced. Good for your mojito or cuba libre, but no win. It gets the job done, but it won't surprise you, and it won't be something special. Boring, mediocre, not good.
Better than the Bacardi. Use in cocktails only - if you really can't use the 3yr Havana.
klasika do míchaných nápojů. Jinak se asi použít nedá.
Always choose this over Bacardi, if you have the choice. Normally sold for the same price.
rum to drink with a coke cuba libre as they call it not a fan of it
Not very rich in flavours, rather strong taste of alcohol.
Drinking it straight is definitely not recommendet, but it's ok for mixing.
Bacardi stands at slightly higher than this. A little bit flat and sharp of taste. Only in the mix on a very hot day!
Great mixer for drinks with a stronger flavour as the rum flavoring is stronger. Also good for cooking and deserts.
leave bacardi, havana, morgan at same starting range, dont be a victim of advertisment, for 20$ bottle get legendario or diplomatico anejo instead.