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Tasty, but not quite great
Sampled the Atlantico Gran Reserva at Cardiff Rum Festival on the weekend and I must say it's my favourite out of the Atlantico family. I almost purchased a bottle instead choosing the Botran 18 year old instead.
The Gran Reserva is achieved by first distilling 2 separate rums one from molasses another from fresh sugar cane juice, aging them separately then blending and reaging after this double aging the blend is put into the solera system. It's a thoroughly well aged liquid and it's just so good!
Aromas from both distillations are detectable on the nose there's rich caramel and a grassy freshness too! There's coffee, cacao and charred oak too
The smell is not special, but I like the balance of the aromas. It's very good for the price.
I think the mix of agricole and molasses rum is well accomplished.
Smell: vanilla, wood/paper, caramel and dry fruits, some berries
Taste: vanilla, burned sugar, nice sweetness, paper, bitterness and spice
This is one the best rums i have drank. The taste of sugar cane, carmel and vanilla notes are evident. Very smooth and no bitter burn.
Got a sample of this one when I drove from Sweden to Spain and made some stops during the way to buy some rum.
It’s nothing that I should buy, cause it’s too sweet but it’s quite well balanced with lots of vanilla taste together with some fruits.
Picture: The sample at my balcony in Spain.
Ich weiß nicht, ob der Rum sein Geld wert ist. Zweimal verkostet und er schmeckt einfach „einfach“, aber nicht schlecht, aber zu teuer.
Rhum beaucoup trop sur les arômes de vanille. Pas raffiner, très sucré et très dure à boire dû au goût de la barrique. Nez avec un peu de caramel.
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