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Ron Millonario Reserva Especial 15 rum is created from molasses using a 1930's Scottish column still and aged in American and Slavonian oak casks up to 15 years using the solera blending method.
The Ron Millonario company was founded in 1950, and in 2004 was purchased by the Italian Fabio Rossi.
Bought this on a whim. Lucky for me is one of my favorite rums in the world now. Up there with the higher Diplomatico s. Would love to try their XO.
Havde nok forventet noget mere.
Den er ok, men heller ikke mere, sød, krydret.
God smag og altid i toppen ved blindtest
great rum and not expensive... enjoy this straight up smooth and love looking t this swirling in the glass
Really drinkable rum!
This rum has never let me down though it's way to sweet, but always brings a smile to my face. Brown sugar caracter and a smoothe spicy finish that evens out the sweetness very nicely. Highly recomended to "first timers" as well.
Farin, chokolade, tørrede frugter, sød og krydret, en rigtig lækker rom.
Dejlig sød rom.
Har alt hvad en rom skal have. Super allround
Sweet with a nice addition. Still one of the best rums from the sweet category I have ever tasted. Plus best price/value rum on the market!
Very very good. Complex and with a wonderful oaky smell. Complex, sweet. Great rum.
Lækker sød og krydret rom
a great choiche
but quite a good surprise. Smooth, as it has been said, flavors are good but don't stay long in mouth (we actually drank almost the whole bottle)
Indeed this rum is a nice one. However I would have expected something more from a 15 years old rum.
As stated by Zeck in French, this rum is rather dry with interesting notes of toffee and oak. But the taste doesn't last very long under the palate and this is where I was a bit disappointed.
aww, this rum is amazing. I never expected such quality from a country like peru. You should definitely check this rum out if you like Ron Zacapa.
Very Nice Smooth rum
Dégusté après un Centenario 20, ce rhum péruvien est plus sec. Le premier nez est alcoolisé, mais il disparaît rapidement au profit de la vanille. La bouche reste plus sèche, avec des notes de caramel bien marquées. Il est plaisant mais enveloppe moins le palais que d'autres rhums de la même catégorie.