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Mulata Anejo Gran Reserva rum

Mulata Anejo Gran Reserva

Cuba | Aged

6.3/10(26 ratings)
Tasty, but not quite great

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Posted over 2 years ago by Root-theory from Poland with 56 ratings

Tak jak obiecałem - piąty wpis o rumie pod rząd. Oraz drugi Kubański z taką samą deklaracją wieku co tydzień temu opisywany Ron Santero Anejo 7 Anos. Ciekawostką dla mnie był fakt, iż testowy egzemplarz nabyłem w sklepie powszechnie uważanym za nie tani. Jednak cena którą uiściłem według mnie jest opłacalna oraz konkurencyjna. Rum otworzyłem wraz z kolegą z pracy oglądając streaming pierwszego startu Falcon Heavy - okazja nie byle jaka dla fana Sci-Fi oraz technologi.

ZAPACH: Melasa, dość wyraźna beczka, kawa, wanilia, pianki marshmallows .

SMAK: Lekka pikantność, wanilia, słodycz, wiśnie, na końcu kawa. Po dodaniu lodu wzmaga się kawa s słodycz się wygładza, pojawia się wrażenie lodów waniliowych.

Bardzo dobry do picia już na czysto. Ale w każdych kolejnych postaciach nie zawodzi. Jak to Kubańczyk - prezencja butelki nie zachwyca. Dość dobrze znany już z niektórych kubańskich wypustów wysoki plastikowy korek skrywający nalewak ułatwiający dozowanie rumu. W cenie do 100pln opłacalny, powyżej - może być dyskusyjne ale jakość trunku jest z tych wyższych.

OCENA: 72/100

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Posted over 5 years ago by Sandro from Switzerland with 15 ratings

Sweet taste of fruit and caramel.
Good for mixing up drinks but also good for a sip.
With a price like that, it is more than acceptable.

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Posted almost 6 years ago by Armando from Italy with 5 ratings

Dark amber colour, with light fruit bouquet, persistent and soft that goes from wood to phenol with an almod sweet hint. Sweetness in suitable balance with a moderate bitterness, it fills the palate and persists with sweet mature hint. Ideal to drink as a liquor with a Creole coffee and an incomparable Havana Cigar.

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Posted 6 years ago by Peter from Hungary with 91 ratings

I'd say it's the budget version of Ron Varedaros/Havana Club 7yo. Tho i had no problams consuming the whole bottle straight up,i'd recommend it as mixer.A great price/value relation should be noted aswell

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

Enjoyed a glass of Ron Mulata Añejo Gran Reserva at La Bodequita del Medio in Havana. Excellent label design and mediocre bottle design. Color is golden indicating very little added sugars. Alcohol and wood to the nose and palate. Some burn at the end due to being so dry.

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Posted almost 8 years ago by Dai from United Kingdom with 15 ratings

I've already gone through one bottle of this and just bought two more. If you are looking for a nice mixer then don't turn your nose at this stuff make a lovely mixing rum.

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Posted 1 month ago by r.svec@gmx.at from Austria with 56 ratings

This was the first destination on my rum journey. Inexpensive and good. Notthing more - nothing less.

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Posted 7 months ago by Komatus from Slovakia with 36 ratings

Not a bad choice for given price, also little recognizable taste...

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Posted 11 months ago by Harrie from Netherlands with 72 ratings

In every aspect the older brother of the 5yo reserva; more to the nose (sweet), deeper taste (dry) and bouquet. Fruit, wood, a little nutty and very well balanced. Not very complicated but very well done. I think Mulata only uses barrels that are either new either used for just rum before so all you get is sugarcane in your glass. Less multilayered than the Havana Club 7yo but much more friendly and inviting. Underestimated cuban (not in Cuba btw) that is perfect as everyday go-to rum.

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Posted 1 year ago by Jagsroy from Canada with 182 ratings

Had this rum in Cuba and enjoyed it but it is mainly used for mix. As a sipper is is OK but not great

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Posted 1 year ago by Napoon from Germany with 15 ratings

Ich mag die Mulatas ganz gerne, und würde sie generell als Alternative zu den Big Playern aus Kuba empfehlen.

Dieser kann tatsächlich gut pur genossen werde.
Der erwünschte kubanische Biss ist auch vorhanden. Das PLV passt auch.
Mein Todfeind der Zucker könnte hier auch hinzugefügt sein, evtl. wie beim großen Bruder HC im 7-8 Gramm Bereich . Leider hat hier weder der Schwede noch der Amerikaner getestet. Den letzteren sei es aufgrund erschwertem Zugriff verziehen.