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Ron Zacapa Centario 15 is blended in a solera system using rums aged between 6 and 23 years. It is distilled in Guatemala and distributed by Diageo.
Auch sehr süffiger Rum, etwas fruchtiger als RZ 23 Solera
In der Nase: Sehr fruchtig, Karamelle,
im Gaumen gesellt sich dan noch Vanille und eine leichte Süsse dazu
der Abgang ist zu schnell weg.
Wird nicht mehr hergestellt.
Also very tasty rum, slightly fruity than RZ 23 Solera
In the nose: Very fruity, caramel,
In the palate is added vanilla and a light sweetness
the finish is too fast away.
Is no longer produced.
Amazingly smooth with strong vanilla tones. Perhaps a little too sweet, but still absolutely amazing. Only downside is that the price has gone up a lot in the last years
Overall, profile is shared with its 23 year old sibling. If anything, it is lighter and more approachable to a larger audience.
Lives on blended into the new Solara 23.
Rigtig god rom, næsten lige så god som 23
A smooth rum best drunk neat or on the rocks. Probably my favourite so far!
This rum is smooth light with a great flavor that the 23 is missing.
Un ton en dessous du 23 ans (normal) mais tout de même excellent...
Tastes and looks great, you won't be disappointed sipping neat or on the rocks. But this is a bit pricey outside of the duty free world for the quality you get.
Very good and smooth
Another delicious rum! Was number one on my list for the longest time.
I've grabbed a few discounted bottles of this and was thoroughly delighted. Tasty, interesting, not to sweet, not too harsh, and never a hesistation to pour a second glass.
I know, I know, it's not all about the money, but if you've got a rum problem like I do, then you know that you can't ignore the price tag either. When this stuff comes up on sale, it's great value and very satisfying. At full price, however, I'd rather save my nickels and go for a bottle of El Dorado 15.