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Launched in 2011, Bacardi Oakheart is the newest addition to the extensive Bacardi collection.
This spiced rum is aged for 1 to 2 years, filtered using a proprietary process, and then flavored with various spices including maple, nutmeg, cinnamon and honey.
Bacardi Oakheart took over two years to name and more than 2700 names were considered. The winner, Oakheart, is a reference to the charred American white oak barrels that house the rum while it ages.
Decent rum, good fort mixing but maybe a little bit too much added flavors
I was always a rum and coke guy, but found myself in San Antonio Texas for work when I found out the owner of my favorite soccer team wanted to move my team to Austin. Only spiced rum in the shops was Oakheart. Bought a bottle and some coke. Soon ran out of coke. Found the Oakheart straight to be pretty tasty. Not my preferred today but good in a pinch.
Bring this to a party and if you leave it there no big deal. Not bad but not great
Classic rum, like the vanille.....................
I did like it but then after tasting other rums , this one pales into chemical insignificance
Sorry to disappoint the elites but this is an excellent product and the best spiced rum at this price level I've tasted. Can't ever see drinking Capt Morgan, Kraken or Sailor Jerry ever again. It might not be popular to say positive things about Bacardi but we do regular blinds with this and the results are always overwhelming either straight up or mixed. Anyone rating this below a five is clearly someone I couldn't share a glass of rum with.
Order on Amazon prime. Struggling to find in shops
This Rum is worth every cent and can be drinked pure. One of the best cheap Rums.
Just good enough for a night of heavy drinking with breaking the bank. Also useful when you have people over who want a Cuba Libre.
Пить просто так можно. Но зачем? Пить с колой разве что.
This rum started me to drink more different ones. But it all started with oakheart
Liked it for making a cuba libre. Much better than other cheap bacardi rums
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Don’t try this a sipper, but would recommend for several rum drinks.
Extremely cheap and I don’t understand why! Gorgeously smokey and oaky, I would drink it on a night out or at home x only downside is that it is a little too harsh for neat drinking
Ok so I read the reviews. Yes it probably has plenty of additions that give its flavor but if there was nothing else I would drink it.
Naja, den ganzen Abend pur trinken würd ich den nicht. 1-2 Glas vielleicht, aber nicht wirklich. Zum Mixen aber durchaus gut geeignet und nicht ganz so aufdringlich wie CM spiced.
Good spiced rum. A good price-performance ratio. I use it to make Cuba Libre
This rum is fucking disaster.........…................
Not for the neat sipper. Only good as a cuba libre. Lots of caramel and other additional spices.
While this certainly isn't the fanciest of rums, it does serve a great purpose. No matter how many expensive bottles I have lingering in my cabinet, I almost always have a large bottle of Oakheart as my fallback mixer. It goes down easy, and is easy on the pocket! As always, I prefer my rum over ice with a healthy splash of Coke.
Caramel and vanilla are prominent in this rum, drank neat. Probably good mixer but I drink my rum neat. I actually expected a lot worse. Not bad.
W sumie z colą wchdzi, do CM jednak nieco mu brakuje.
I was going to throw the half bottle of this I had left away because I remember it being so bad, but when I revisited it I found that it actually had a bit of depth, especially for the price (I think I got it for like 8 dollars). Better than regular Bacardi, which just tastes like gasoline to me- I'll use it for a light rum punch down the road.
Bacardi Oakheart rum review by The Ultimate Rum Shack