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Havana Club Anejo Blanco rum

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Posted about 1 month ago by Anthony C from United States with 100 ratings

Good white, not great. Cool label though, if you like that stuff.

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Posted 5 months ago by jazz.tomtom from United States with 19 ratings

Pairs nice in a Hemingway my favorite daiquiri, but it’s not exactly as top of the line as i see it advertised

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Posted 5 months ago by Arodmedic from United States with 1 rating

Very good mixer. Better than some bargain brands out their today.

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Posted 5 months ago by xrodriguez from United States with 17 ratings

Great mixer. Much better than Bacardi for sure. Doubt it's a sipper though.

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Posted 7 months ago by Border Rum Guy from United States with 64 ratings

Given all the great Blanco Rons out there don't settle for a notch above Bacardi it buns and not much flavor just a mixer

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Posted 7 months ago by scallywagg444 from United States with 20 ratings

This is a Bacardi rum, rebranded. I was not a fan, was bland with a serious burn. Not quite as bad a perfume, but you could do better.

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Posted 10 months ago by Ramon from United States with 74 ratings

So, I made the mistake of telling the bartender I had a bottle of Cuban Havana Club at home. Turns out he had a pretty strong opinion about that. Aside from the politics and the copyright of naming, I have a solution, Bacardi should be spelled with a V and the Cuban version spelled with a B. I gave this one a 5 because it’s right down the middle. If Bacardi wants to stake their claim and make the name their own, they first need to make a rum that stands out in the crowd. This one doesn’t.

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Posted about 1 year ago by Paul B (PREMIUM) from United States with 310 ratings

When I first saw these rums on the shelves of Hard Rock Cafe a few year ago, I thought that the embargo from the USA against Cuba had been lifted! Wrong! Read my review of their Anejo Classico if you want to see the whole sordid story. This is a Puerto Rican rum crafted from the original Cuban formula, to make a long story short.

Since this one is called Anejo Blanco, I can only assume that they filtered the color out of their Anejo Classico and also lost flavor in the process. The only white rum that still maintains it's flavor after filtering a darker rum is Plantation 3-Star Artisinal by using their proprietary filtration process.

My advice is to stick with white rums from Panama and the Dominican Republic, and both of those countries have lots of Cuban exiles. By white rum standards, this one is just average. However, if you want to add exotic fruit juices to your white rum to make unique tropical drinks, then this one is for you.

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Posted over 1 year ago by René from Netherlands with 31 ratings

For me a perfect alternative to Bacardi Superior, for my rum-and-coke.

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Posted over 1 year ago by Wanzl from Netherlands with 7 ratings

Title said it all... Tastes like spirit. Not very nice for sipping.