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This rum is interesting because it's just a bit too good to be used as a mixer and while it sips nicely it's not as good as other rums you can find for its price in Australia.
In America this is a great choice, the rum is much cheaper and this is well worth the price you pay there.
The packaging with the leather pouch is excellent.
Excellent for sipping through ice!
the Pampero Anniversario is a good smooth and sweet ron! I personnaly like it and it's leather bag packaging looks very nice also!
A great dark, aged rum with richness and a definite flavor of toasted coconut.
Works out good in cocktails which require aged rums but he is also a nice sipper, has hints of caramell and vanilla and is a smooth one ;)
Smooth rum, love the caramel and vanilla flavors
I love the leather pouch my bottle came in. The rum is a very good sipper. It's quite good for the price. I found this in NJ.
This is another good sipping rum. You have hints of oak, sweet molasses, and toffee. Highly recommended.
Pampero Aniversario is a blend of 4-6 year old, continuous-still rums of Venezuela. Its unique bottle is enclosed in a leather pouch.
Nose is well balanced and is of molasses, some oak and almond. It has almost no vapor of alcohol.
Pampero Aniversario is rather heavy than sweet.It combines oak with a little sweetness in an interesting way and has caramel, toffee and cacao with a hint of honey in the end.
It has a persistent finish of toffee, roasted nuts and some oak.
Due to its high qualitiy and moderate price - it is hard to find compareable quality at this price - Pampero Aniversario is a excellent choice for beginners and will certainly find many friends among experts.
well, a bit sweet, full and rich at the same time - lovely for sipping
I love this product. Perfectly balanced lovely oaky sweetness with a dry finish.
Read a great tasting note for this a number of years back; If the pipe smoking, cravat wearing, classics quoting members of an oak panelled edwardian gentleman's club, had their deepest thoughts distilled and preserved in amber...it would taste like this.