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Arehucas Ron Miel rum
Arehucas Ron Miel rum

Arehucas Ron Miel

Spain | Flavored

6.8/10 (12 ratings)
Tasty, but not quite great

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Posted about 6 years ago by Leon from Germany with 34 ratings

We have honey, rum, fruit, peach and other very interesting flavors with loads of sweetness. At 20%. Nice product, but can't be rated higher.

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Posted about 5 years ago by bill from United States with 88 ratings

If you like sweet rums this one is good. My wife loves it. Now we drink rum together every night.

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Posted 11 months ago by Pacorro from Spain with 27 ratings

Me parece que no se le puede llamar ron a un licorcito que algo de ron lleva y es todo miel, lo único bueno es el precio 7 con algo €.

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Posted at A Canfurnada about 1 year ago by Superficial from Spain with 6 ratings

El más famoso y auténtico ron miel.
Recomiendo probarlo.
Agradable sabor dulzón a miel.

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Posted almost 2 years ago by bRUMbear from AF with 11 ratings

I tried this rum because i really like the taste of honey but the lack of punch at mere 20% really disappointed me. Also it doesn't even taste as much like honey as like a cough-medicine. Higher alcohol percentage would definitely improve the taste but for 20% it's just too sweet. Couldn't drink more than a glass at a time and I do like sweet rums.
Definitely not going to buy another bottle and will avoid in the future and I advice you to do the same.

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Posted about 2 years ago by "Samuel Brunello" from United States with 78 ratings

At 20%, Ron Miel is very much on the lighter side of things, and I personally would count it as a liqueur and not a rum. But as far as spirits go: this stuff is tasty. One dimensional, but tasty! Nose and mouth are practically identical, with raw honeycomb dominating, and just a hint of lime zest underneath with none of the acidity. The rum flavor doesn't really make an appearance besides providing a backbone, until the finish where it finally comes out a little.

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Posted about 2 years ago by Joola69 from United States with 2597 ratings

Enjoyed a half a bottle of Arehucas Ron Miel. Bottle and label design look very cheap and basic. Super strong honey flavor to both nose and palate. This Ron Miel is bottled at 40 proof, so its much closer to a liqueur than a real rum. Arehucas is definitely something different, very refreshing indeed. This is much better than the Oliver y Oliver equivalent.

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Posted over 2 years ago by Stelio from Italy with 11 ratings

Ron miel is not what I'd define a rum. It's more in between aguardiente and canchanchara. That said, this one is a very nice one and honestly reflecting Canary Islands traditions. Not bad at all.

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Posted over 2 years ago by Snookerman from United Kingdom with 121 ratings

A lot of rum drinkers would probably find this way too sweet, but for me, this is very smooth, very sippable and rolls off the tongue like a smooth and fine syrup. I like it very much, but it's very much a rum that you would drink once in a while rather than on a regular basis.
In taste terms it's simple - a light, caramel, vanilla and molasses based rum with a pronounced taste of honey.
It has a bit of a cult following from those who have visited the Canaries - particularly Gran Canaria - and many of us had our first taste there and then duly brought home a bottle. Does this colour our view of it....well yes, I guess it does as you get the holiday vibe from it, but it's still unusual and pretty lovely to sip.
It can be bought online, but I've never seen it in a UK shop.

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Posted almost 3 years ago by Tomas Venturi from Sweden with 17 ratings

Otroligt söt och väldigt godislik honungslikör som är fantastik när damerna ska ha något till kaffet. Alla fruntimmer jag bjudit denna på har blivit stormförtjusta och lyckliga. Vill du glänsa för frugan köp en Miel.