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Posted 12 days ago by Rinushorn (PREMIUM) from France with 85 ratings

Pas très original mais caractéristique d'un rhum dominicain


Posted 3 months ago by Leo K from Canada with 56 ratings

Unfortunately in Ontario our government sanctioned liquor monopoly (LCBO) does not carry much of a rum selection and even fewer Cuban-Dominican offerings.
This is one is regular stock and l'm not sure why.
Initial taste is pleasant but is almost immediately overtaken by alchohol burn. Bad stuff , wouldn't even use as a mixer.
Havana Club Anejo is much better for a lower tier rum.


Posted 4 months ago by mulorz from Czech Republic with 13 ratings

Snad ještě lepší do míchaček než 1888. Verze Extra viejo je v tomto ohledu top!


Posted 5 months ago by Root-theory from Poland with 56 ratings


Zapach: Melasa, karmel, skórka pomarańczy, delikatna orzechowa nuta. Zapach niezbyt skomplikowany oraz alkoholowy.

Smak: Karmel, nuta pomarańczowa, trawiasta, lekka słodycz, delikatna melasa, stara beczka. Jest płasko oraz dość alkoholowo.

Rum w odbiorze sprawia wrażenie surowego, młodego oraz niezbyt skomplikowanego. I tego należy od jego oczekiwać. W drinkach jest jak najbardziej w porządku i tam się najlepiej czuje. Do zdobycia na półkach pewnego polsko-portugalskiego dyskontu. Rum mimo dość niewielkiej ceny 50-60pln cechuje jakość - nie ma tutaj nut mało przyjemnych, nie jest odrzucający.

Po wizycie w fabryce tego rumu również doceniam fakt iż niesie ze sobą coś co odkryłem dopiero degustując dość sporo wyprodukowanych tam rumów - nawet młode nie otrząsają oraz sprawiają wrażenie dobrej bazy destylacyjnej. Z czystym sumieniem polecam jako zamiennik Havanna Club 3YO oraz Bacardi Carta Negra

Ocena: 62/100


Posted 1 year ago by Lorano from Netherlands with 5 ratings

Zacht, caramellig, vol en heerlijk van genoten. Gunstig geprijsd.


Posted 3 years ago by Joola69 from United States with 2697 ratings

Tried the Brugal XV, Dry Spiced, Extra Viejo and Anejo back-to-back and I have to say they are all quite horrendous. The XV and Dry Spiced have a nice dark color, whereas the Extra Viejo and Anejo are quite weak on color. The Anejo has a super strong alcohol smell, taste and burn to it. The worst of these Brugal so-called-rums.


Posted 5 days ago by alseick from Poland with 7 ratings

Sipping: low flavour, watery, whisky wood, a little bit alcoholic, but not in a bad way, smooth.

Mix: whisky woody notes. IMO it has a taste of rum and whisky mix.
Alternatives if you like woody rums:
Dictador 12(old wood french polish smell), Flor De Cana 12(more fresh, sweeter, a little bit more taste, rum-like wood notes), for me - only this one had this typical whisky wood smell.

Considering the price, it is a bargain for mixing if you like such notes. I do.

Notes: Scotch whisky wood, alcoholic, watery
Wood: Scotch whisky wood
Fruits: none
Sweet: almost none
Kick: medium-high
Salty: none
Flavour: low
Aftertaste: low-medium(wood)
Wine: none
Funk: none


Posted 13 days ago by Kieron wood (PREMIUM) from United Kingdom with 469 ratings

A cocktail rum from the Dominican that's very flexible , wouldn't really try neat but excellent in a cheap old fashioned or a Hemingway .


Posted 27 days ago by Nonkel Danny from Belgium with 13 ratings

Zeker niet slecht maar om enkel te genieten met kleine zipjes is hij te zwak. Misschien geschikt om te mengen met cola.


Posted 2 months ago by Yohobro from Canada with 14 ratings

($30CAD) Not a sipping rum... or is it? It smells like ...Brugal. I used to drink this with cola a long time ago.
I got the Brugal Anejo on a nostalgic whim for a mixer but had to try it neat and was surprised with how little burn there was. A bit of heat at the end but easy enough to drink straight up. Nothing really pops out expect that familiar Brugal floral note. Then, where the usual sweetness comes in (in my usual sweet rums), still nothing.
I would like to compare this to Appleton Estate Signature. They are both distinct and simple clean rums in my books. Looking forward to trying the 1888 from Brugal.