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Barely drinkable, gasoline-like
Rum tasting in Bucharest continued with Old Pascas White Rum. Cheap bottle and label design. Clear color. Strong oak and vanilla mixed with pure alcohol to your nose and palate when neat sipped. Strong and very harsh burn at the end.
This is for moments when you live in at least seemingly rather uncommon relationship (BDSM lovers know) and your goal isn't simply to humiliate and deliver a reasonable amount of pain to the other person, but to sadistically torture the everloving crap out of them. A single shot of this should do the trick, your partner will probably beg you to kill him instead of being served another round of this. If there is a strong candidate to dethrone Božkov and Liberte "rums" and assume the mantle of the very worst bottle humanity has ever produced, this one could very well be up to the task.
Ojojoj - da der braune ganz passabel ist, dachte ich, probier mich mal den weißen - großer Fehler, ein Unterschied wie Tag und Nacht. Bei fruchtigen Mixen, wo es nur noch um Promille-Ergänzung geht, ist er noch zu gebrauchen, aber dann wird's schon eng. Sehr sprittig und flach, keinesfalls zum Nippen zu empfehlen ...
Alternative to the nearly unusable market leader. In my opinion a little bit better than Bacardi, but not much. Can be used for mixing, when the mix tolerates a somewhat harsh rum.
Well what to expect more... sharp alcohol fumes, unpleasant to sip, bites in the throat. Not good for Mojito but maybe in Cuba Libre the coke can hide its flavour.
To me it is cheap option for mixing. If you use it right, it serves just as well as any other cheap Blanco. Not worse, not better. The price corresponds with the performance.
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