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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.
Now this is some good stuff
I am admittedly a beginner in the rum world, but this is by far the best rum I've ever had. I've sampled a few rums at bars, etc. but have only recently started buying bottles for my home. I don't think this bottle is going to last very long, as I will surely go through it quickly. It's so good, I almost hate to drink it by myself.
I normally enjoy rum on the rocks but could easily see myself drinking this straight up. Has absolutely no burn or bite and goes down very smoothly. Some rums have a good flavor once you can get past the initial sharpness, but this is smooth from start to finish. I can't imagine what the 25 or 30 year tastes like. I assume my mind would be blow if I tried one of those.
If you appreciate a smooth, complex and not too sweet (it's sweet, but not too much) rum that doesn't cost 100 bucks or more then this is the rum to go. If you haven't tried this rum out, you should definitely check it out.
Only the 30 Anos is better but his value for money doesn't compete with his younger brothers, but if you have money you should try this out.
Dans cette gamme de prix, il est tout simplement excellent ! Néanmoins, un peu en retrait par rapport à un Diplomatico Reserva Exclusiva qui n'est pourtant qu'un 12 ans.
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