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This isn't sipping rum but it's a better than average mixer. Made in Mexico, it's generally the bar's dark rum choice in MX. For the money, there are better choices but in MX, it becomes the mixer standard.
Readily available at all-inclusives in Mexico. Great on the rocks. One of the only decent Bacardi's which I think is an over hyped brand.
This is not bad for a dark rum. Has a slight alcohol bite to it that makes it slightly off putting. Would easily consume again if money is low.
If your at a wedding or other function and its the only aged rum available then it will do in a mixed drink. As with all of Bacardi's products...its just "okay."
Sabor muy agradable muy parecudo al centenario de 7 años aunque no llega a igualarlo, de preferencia mezclarlo con alguna otra gaseosa aunque no deja de ser bastante costoso en relación a otras opciones de igual calidad.
Skip Bacardi if you want to taste good rum. When my options were limited, I tried Anejo, and it is materially better than Bacardi white or black. That being said, it is still a rum for mixing and a poor value.
A rougher rum. Some sweetness leaving a bitter aftertaste. Workable for mixed drinks and colas. This just did not impress me and had rather lackluster flavor. 'Nuff said.
Pale amber, surprising body without being sweet. Flavours are pretty subtle and could only identify a slight oak tone aftertaste.
May as well have this neat, whatever flavour its has would disappear in a mixed drink.
Regular golden rum, definitely less impressive than any other in its price tier. I would only get it if nothing else was available.
When you face limited choices the B-Anejo is serviceable at best and certainly better than B-Superior when nothing else is available.
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