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Centenario 20-Year rum

Centenario 20-Year

Costa Rica | Aged

Ron Centenario 20-Year rum is produced from Costa Rican sugar cane which is turned into molasses before aging in American white oak barrels up to 20 years using the solera aging system.

The company producing Ron Centenario 20-Year rum used to be named Seagram de Costa Rica, but in 2002 changed its name to Centenario Internacional. The rum wasn't sold outside of Costa Rica until 2007.

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Posted 23 hours ago by Morten Graenge from Denmark with 69 ratings

En rigtig god og blid rom til den søde side, uden at være prangende på nogen måde.

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Posted 3 days ago by Evadovec (PREMIUM) from Czech Republic with 49 ratings

Rum is very sweet, but not annoying. Good feeling alcohol on tongue, very pleasant. Also sweet smell. Very good choise for sipping when you want something more sweet.

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Posted 30 days ago by N3OCarter from Germany with 22 ratings

Very smooth and sweet while dark and heavy. Round bouquet but sharp on the tongue. Full of taste, definitely not a mixer. Good but doesn't entirely hit my taste.


Posted 1 month ago by Rudy from Netherlands with 6 ratings

This rum is so smooth. It has a sweetness, but that is what i likebin rums. Great sipping rum, nice flavors, no burn. Just fantastic!


Posted 2 months ago by Kesydy from Czech Republic with 3 ratings

Super rumík. Mírně sladší profil v kterém cítím jahody, třešně, jablka, broskve s ostřejším dojezdem. To kvůli sudu z bílého dubu ve kterém byla whiskey. Rád vyzkouším další kousky od Centenario. Seženete ho do 800,- .


Posted 2 months ago by 160 from Greece with 7 ratings

By comparing this to all the rums I have taste that costs ~50 Euros is by far the best one.


Posted 3 months ago by CoenGeurtsen from Aruba with 2 ratings

Visiting CR i got to know this rum. Delicious sweet and soft


Posted 3 months ago by Uhyrto from Czech Republic with 92 ratings

Čím starší tím je centenario tím je sladší a uhlazenější v chuti se mi zdá. Celkem výrazná vanilka.


Posted 3 months ago by rumtrinker from Germany with 28 ratings

I can see why this rum is liked by many. It is sweet and smooth, requires minimal effort really.
I had high hopes, as this is in the higher end of what I am willing to spend on a rum. Accordingly, I was let down quite a bit when I found that this is a sugary, smooth, almost viscose rum liqueur.
Taste is - to me - mostly that of Spanish brandy. Sweet, singer dried fruits, a hint of almond, very smooth presentation. Which is fine, but I can have a better experience with a brandy half the price.
Too sweet, too smooth, nothing interesting. Useful for sweetening other rums, but I rarely do that. Stupid waste of money for me. But thus I learn...
Would like to taste what it would be like without all the added sugar.


Posted 3 months ago by Primus from Germany with 2 ratings

Meiner Meinung nach ein überraschend schwacher Rum mit zu wenig Geschmack und zuviel Zucker.

In my opinion, a surprisingly weak rum with too little flavor and too much sugar.