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Bacardi 1873 Ron Solera is a golden rum aged up to three years in charred oak barrels. As the name suggests, the Solera system is used to produce this rum, which mixes new batches of rum with older batches each year.
"1873" represents the year of the Virginius Affair, the name of a captured American ship that resulted in a remarkable international diplomacy for peace between the US and Spain during the Ten Years' War.
Easily consumable in a bind
Actually not bad..dry..not to strong..light charred flavor. .its a very good mixer with coke..Its the second bacardi product I like..also like oakheart
Awesome presentation and bottle. However very offputing by aroma alone. Best used as a mixer. No more than a 1:3 ratio. At that rate though, there are a lot cheaper tolerable rums. But if money isn't an option I'd choose this as a mixer.
Not much to say about this rum. The aroma is alcohol astringency and the flavor is unremarkable with a strong burn. To be used as a mixer. Has a bit of unpleasant funkiness to it and leaves a bitter aftertaste in my mouth. Helps to drown it in Coke Zero.
"Bacardi Ron Solera 1873 rum review By Warren Bobrow via Foodista"
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