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Recommendable to most
Very smooth and easy rum to sip. The classic caramel and chocolate flavors come through - needs a bit more back end kick to really bring it home
Millonario 10 Aniversario Reserva is a blend made up of 2/3 rums aged in white oak barrels that have contained bourbon and 1/3 rums aged for 10 years in barrels that have housed Jerez.
On the nose we immediately smell vanilla and caramel. The smell is very pleasant.
In mouth we immediately smell vanilla and caramel.
The finish is on butterscotch.
It is a good ron from Spanish tradition. it’s quite light. I find it a bit expensive like the 15 year old Millionario.
Fashinating bottle, nice warm smell, maybe I had a little too high expectation.
It's dark-goldish color, very attractive.
Nose: It opens very sweet, caramel, honey, brown sugar. A lot of wood, not top much complex but very pleasant.
Taste: in one word, good. Again a lot of sweet (I'm pretty sure that has added Sugar), a touch of vanilla, some very far spices, burnt sugar, then wood and a hint of tannins, probably due to the passage in sherry barrels. Ends very soon, too much soon.
Note: it's like it's a glimpse of what it really could be, probably 15 will be the right completion of what I expected here
Nagyszerű édes,hosszú lecsengésű rum. Remek belépő a rumok világba. Nyilván megosztó mert ez egy édes rum,teljesen más mint a diplomatico vonal. De nekem nagyon bejön. Kis jégre,vagy tisztán!
I got a mini bottle of this in a sampler pack and it's quite good. It's got smooth vanilla taste, maybe some spice, and doesn't come across as too harshly boozy. It might be good for sipping and makes a nice rum and coke.
Cause it was just a sample it’s a little bit hard to review it so this is just a first impression, but I will probably not come back with a deeper test cause it’s not my bag.
It’s produced in an old traditional column still from Scotland which has been used since 1950’s when the production started. It’s a Solera as other Millionaires and this one is said to contain rum aged between 6 and 10 years.
It’s much to sweet for my taste without the complexity and balance that my favorites among the sweet rums have, but they are on the other hand not Solera’s.
It’s produced in Peru, but it’s not a Peruvian company instead it’s owned by the Italian company Rossi & Rossi, since around 2004, lead by Fabio Rossi that also own Rum Nation. Export to Europe started 2006.
I think sweetness, vanilla and some notes of toffee dominates from nose, via palate to the rather short finish.
Picture: My finished sample.
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