Thanks so much for submitting a report. It has been emailed to the Rum Captain and will be actioned shortly.
Very nice bacardi quite a few steps above superior its a toss up between bacardi 8 and this
I had a bottle for about 15 years and never opened it. It had an older label than what is available today. I believe the old version had a longer length of aging than the newer version. When I finally tried it, it was quite good. Perhaps I'll try the new version in the future.
Se me hace un rum muy pinche, sin un sabor definido, la botella en México se me hace muy fea!
Better than other Bacardi rums. Went to mexico and had a couple of Cuban rums, and while they were good, they were no better with coke than Anejo. I would not drink this as a sipper, but interested in trying the 12 year old El Dorado!
This rum is fantastic! Great depth, great character. Bold but still pretty smooth. Great rum for the money! One of my most frequent buys!
A surprisingly good offering from Bacardi. Just shows that they mass produce for the idiot public but can produce good rums for those who know what one is!
OK but not as good as Flor de Cana #5 would again
While I would not grade the Bacardi Añejo a 7 and likely a 5/6 as a drink alone rum, it is my favorite rum in Cuba Libre. I also love this rum with strong juices as it gives it a little stronger taste.i.e mango...and yes normally, I would use clear rums w juices. This is my favorite Bacardi rum as it is still very close to the original Cuban formulas ..it is made in Mexico, not in Puerto Rico
Good with cola
Nice smooth bacardi rum
Not the best for sipping, but is a good mixer
An inexpensive Anejo from Bacardi. It is OK for sipping, but pretty good in cocktails. The Bacardi Anejo Highball is recommended.
Probably my favorite Bacardi rum. I like this one with a lime wedge or used in a mojito