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Santa Teresa 1796 rum

Santa Teresa 1796 rum is produced in Venezuela and aged using the solera system that blends rums aged between 4 and 35 years. Before bottling, the rum is aged for a further year in large French oak casks to marry the blends.

This rum was first created in 1996 to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the establishment of the distillery, the Santa Teresa Hacienda.

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Posted about 4 years ago by Keith Proud from United States with 11 ratings

Smooth, warm notes, I likes it best neat or with one ice cube.

Posted about 4 years ago by Dale from United States with 13 ratings

While not my favorite sipper, it has its merits. Not as sweet as some I prefer, but enjoyable nonetheless.

Posted about 4 years ago by Vince from Canada with 57 ratings

À venir prochainement..............................

Posted about 4 years ago by Patarum from France with 37 ratings

Good ron if you like Diplomatico. Tried only once but probably my next ron when reserva exclusiva will end. I will refine my post later. Anyway, still a very straightforward ron, I guess you can't be disappointed with this one (if you tolerate sweetness in rhum of course).

Posted about 4 years ago by Lukas from Czech Republic with 26 ratings

This rum I try in Bolivia. Very good evening before night bus trip

Posted about 4 years ago by DonDanD from Switzerland with 69 ratings

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Posted about 4 years ago by brodequin from Czech Republic with 26 ratings

Good rum, but there is nothing "extra" in it. I dont even remember its taste. This rum has no "signature" for me. But very drinkable.

Posted about 4 years ago by JackOrion from United States with 61 ratings

Santa Teresa is right up my alley. This is a deep and satisfying sipping rum. Aromas of cedar and oak and quite a bit of medicinal notes up front. On the dry side which is good for me yet it still speaks rum with candied orange and molasas cookies. The second pour brings brownies and vanilla. But its not even close to being a sugar bomb.
At the $40 mark it's a simple presentation and thats another plus for me. A fancy bottle is fun to look at but it's whats inside that counts and I will happily count out 40 bucks for this nectar. Eye candy not needed.

Posted about 4 years ago by Danny from United States with 3 ratings

Starts out with a nice oaky taste but ends off with a water taste

Posted about 4 years ago by Barry de Mooij from Netherlands with 11 ratings

For this price is the
is a very good rum, drink smoothly and had a very nice aftertaste.

Posted about 4 years ago by andrea from Italy with 17 ratings

rum ottimo con rapporto qualità prezzo fantastico. Al palato si percepisce subito il sentore di legno e ciliegia e lascia un buon finale di cioccolato.

Posted about 4 years ago by Maweis from Spain with 26 ratings

Buen ron , sin embargo esperaba algo mas en uno de los rones santa teresa mas elavorado, falta suavidad y textura, pero con hielo nos puede hace pasar una buena velada.

Posted about 4 years ago by Philip Rademaker from Curaçao with 50 ratings

I am partial to sweet rums, and even if this is not a very sweet rum, is has a smoothness that makes it an easy sipper. Particularly when one lets it stand for a while before tasting. By all means recommended. A pity to mix or dilute this.

Posted over 4 years ago by Pat Bou from Canada with 92 ratings

Excellent rhum a prendre sur glace apres un bon souper pour pas trop cher.

Posted over 4 years ago by deuf from France with 20 ratings

D'une très grande qualité et pureté. un top aromatique.

Posted over 4 years ago by Fabio from Italy with 4 ratings

Questo Rum ha un fascino, ne ho bevuti tanti di rum solera, pero' questo Rum mi da un senso di genuinita' .
Nel palato lascia tracce di caramello, cannella e note lignee molto delicate.
Non e' un Rum troppo complesso al palato, molto piu' complessa e' la sua produzione visto che il metodo Solera prevede una specie di piramide fatta di filari di botti con Rum invecchiati con diverse anzianita' .
Il prezzo di questo Rum non e' eccessivo e sicuramente va provato.

Posted over 4 years ago by Jim E. from United States with 3 ratings

Based on value and comments from this site, I looked to taste this rum for a while and finally found it at a rum bar in Florida. I must say that I was not disappointed at all. It's a mellow sipping rum with a very nice bouquet. For a rum in this price range, I highly recommend it.

Posted over 4 years ago by Rumtastic from United Kingdom with 20 ratings

Nose: Honey, cinnamon, brown sugar. Bananas, vanilla and a little smoke/incense. Some oak prickle and a little bit of pepper, maybe from the French oak?

Palate: Rounded and soft mouth feel. Dry but with taste of maple. Pineapple, dried tropical fruit (papaya, guava, mango) and banana again. Oak (some age showing), caramels and cinnamon again.

Finish: Dry, medium and fresh. Spicier than the palate with some candied stem ginger, cracked black pepper and a faint hint of something from the spice cabinet, maybe some cumin, cayenne or paprika.

More here:

https://rumtastic.wordpress.com/2016/02/04/santa-teresa-1796-review/

Posted over 4 years ago by Kieron wood from United Kingdom with 362 ratings

Wow what a cost for this... It has the taste of the expensive rum but at a value cost in the UK.... Gobsmacked at how cheap foe a decent r
Rum

Posted over 4 years ago by Jesper Vejle Krog from Denmark with 66 ratings

Not as sweet as I normally like my rum, but definatelly a good rum that will suit most drinkers

Posted over 4 years ago by Carlos from United States with 24 ratings

I'm not too fan of Solera aged system rum but , this is a typical Venezuela flavor rum, perfect balance and molasses hints.
Santa Teresa 1796 married perfect with cigar or just alone.

Posted over 4 years ago by gabo barrios from Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic of with 10 ratings

Santa teresa 1796 no tengo otra manera de beberlo que con una roca de hielo y disfrutar de su sabor recomendado 100%

Posted over 4 years ago by Geno from Canada with 30 ratings

nice on the nose, nice on the tongue to start, but the rest, the finish, a bit harsh for a better word, for me anyway. I want to like it, the aging process sounds just right... but... never-the-less, a fine rum. Hoping it gets better each time, if so, I'll update my review.

Posted over 4 years ago by Alejandro Mestre from Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic of with 6 ratings

Se trata de un ron notablemente seco, donde se aprecian notas de roble y frutos secos. Elaborado en: El Consejo, Estado Aragua, Venezuela.




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