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Centenario 7-Year rum

Centenario 7-Year

Costa Rica | Aged

6.4/10(56 ratings)
Tasty, but not quite great


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Posted 2 years ago by scoot555 from United States with 21 ratings

Not and a bad rum. Light Amber color in the glass. Noise is Light carmel and molasses with a little paint thinner. A touch of sweet on the front with a kick in the back. Mixes well with a little ginger ale. The Ale smoothes out any rough edges. Only down fall is the weird valve that is annoying when pouring. Why?


Posted over 2 years ago by Shyanha from United States with 6 ratings

We discovered Centenario in Costa Rica (okay, they pushed the Hades out of it, and I'm glad for that). The 20-yr version tastes more like a mixing rum and this, to me, tastes more like a sipping rum. The 20-yr is nearly gone while this little bottle is still mostly full - I'm not much of a sipper.


Posted over 2 years ago by drobz from Czech Republic with 34 ratings

Poměrně ostrý a lihový, jak v chuti tak ve vůni...
Celkově pitelný, ale už se k němu nevrátím:)


Posted over 2 years ago by Joola69 from United States with 2698 ratings

Ron Centenario 7 year old is easily available in the US. The initial flavor turns into whisky like very quickly. The 7y is dry and woody, with some afterburn at the end. Easily available in liquor stores if you are into whisky like rums, but this is not my kind of rum.


Posted over 2 years ago by Maik22 from Czech Republic with 62 ratings

K sedmiletému Centenario jsem se dostal náhodně. Dostal jsem tuto láhev jako dar a jsme za to rád, jelikož bych litoval této investice. Centenario - 7 Year mi připadá strašně mdlý, bez jakéhokoliv náznaku vůně a chuťě. Pro mne obrovské zklamání.


Posted over 2 years ago by Michal Micko from Czech Republic with 408 ratings

Nice aroma, first taste is on dry side, bit burning, with bourbon aftertaste. Good "standard" also perfect for mixing.


Posted over 2 years ago by Tom from United States with 230 ratings

For the price and if your looking for a good mixer to boost the flavor of your cocktail, you can’t go wrong with this rum. The complexity is starting to develop, however, with more time in the Cask the smoothness and flavors will really shine through.


Posted almost 3 years ago by jim burnds from United States with 29 ratings

Just had a couple of neat nips of this. Moderate flavors but goes down well. The bottle I bought is a 7 year anejo especial. It was priced at around $21 per bottle. Still puzzled by the bottle shaped like a traditional fifth, unlike the short squat bottle shown on display.


Posted 3 years ago by Adam from Poland with 91 ratings

If you look for good example of resonable rum for good price that's that. Easy drinking, good with coke, ok on the rocks.


Posted 3 years ago by Paul B (PREMIUM) from United States with 369 ratings

I finally got my chance to try a rum from Costa Rica. Since this distiller has mixed reviews on this site, I did not want to spend too much on my first try. I was hoping to find the 12 year old, but that one was not available. This 7 year old was only $18 and was basically a no brainer to buy.

The aroma is of subdued alcohol only, but there is no burn on the tongue or going down the throat. Super smooth, but not enough complex flavors to satisfy rum sippers. Whiskey drinkers could use this one as a gateway to the wonderful world of rum. There appears to be no added sugar. If the price is right, I would risk the bucks on other rums from this distiller with higher aging.

As for the bottle, it has been redesigned from the teardrop shape shown here. It is now tall, slim, and cylindrical like the 25 year old. This is a very good thing because it now takes up less room on the shelves of liquor stores and encourages them to carry it. As avid rum collectors already know, don't ever be fooled by the fancy shape of the bottle that tries to hide an inferior product within.