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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.
Very nice, well balanced Rum with heaps of flavour. Enough to keep your interest for sure. A touch sweet but an easy to get along with drink.
When i bought this bottle, i don't know this brand. it's a very good balanced rhum a little bit less sweety than the diplomatico exclusiva with more personnality. oNe of my favorite this moment with the Dzama 1998
Has some spice notes and slight oakyness. A solid rum!
I tasted an "old version" in a bar and it liked me. New version is not so good like the previous one
Tonight I opened my Santa Teresa 1796. Oaky aroma with a light Amber color. Visible legs on the glass. Taste is not sweet with mild spice and oak. Short finish. It is a good rum but I prefer them with a longer finish in my mouth.
I enjoyed this rum alot. pairs well with Nica Rustica cigar from drew estate. Smooth, Dryer but really great rum
This is an okay sipper but it leaves you wanting more. Slightly flat but different to the norm with its tatse. Add some ice and you will not be disappointed. If only you could do half a point.
smager ganske godt til prisen, genkøb, en "må ha" i samlingen
This nice rum is light, spicy, lean and havet the taste of burned sugar, vanilla and oak. It's a really good sipping rum.
Santa Teresa 1796 er en let sødlig og svagt krydderet rom med en udefineret eftersmag; men den tiltaler mig.
Sehr guter Rum mit angenehmer Süße, wenn einem mal nicht nach dem "üblichen" Geschmack ist. Tolle Sache. Auch auf Eis
Had a little of this over the weekend. Really enjoyed it. Impeccable balance and nice flavor. A tad too dry for me, but still smooth as silk.
I had a bottle of this venezuelan rum some years ago and it was then that I started to sip and appreciate good rums. It is subtle,a tiny bit dry but smooth.Really a fine rum.
Enjoying this rum quite a bit right now. Made me come back for a second glass during my first tasting. Sweet, but not too syrupy. Very smooth and easy to drink.
I find Venezuelan rums seem to have a unique taste, and this is no exception! Fairly smooth, but doesn't have the complexity other rums have of that age group. Still a fine libation and one worth trying.
Really fantastic rum, I like the bend of aromas and tastes. good to enjoy the afternoon and relax.
Un rhum suave typé espagnol qui ravira vos sens...malheureusement un peu cher rapporté a des rhum de grande qualité. ?.
Nice dark amber color and great smell. Has a nice smooth taste, the only downside is it leaves a lingering burn. I like to sip rum and this one is a nice sipper as long as you are ok with the burn.
Doplici, doplici, doplici !!!!!
Apare jussi blong preunn.
I was not terribly impressed with this rum, especially at the price.for my money there's a ton of better runs out there.
I have had this on many occasions. It has much more alcohol in the aftertaste, which is not my everyday preference. Good taste and cool bottle
Note di degustazione
Santa Teresa 1796 commemora 2oo anniversario della distilleria. medio-ambrato mogano di colore, come ci si aspetterebbe da un rum che ha trascorso tanti anni nel rovere. Leggermente dolce, aromi hinting ben equilibrato di amarena e zucchero d'acero, ma non invadenti.sapori di quercia, fumo, un po 'di spezie cannella in un corpo medio che dà ogni indicazione questo rum è magistralmente realizzato con cura ben integrati. Si conclude con un lieve secchezza anice che indugia fino al prossimo sorso. Non potrei essere più d'accordo con l'autovalutazione del distillatore: ". Un rum, rotonda bouquet, ricco di aroma, sviluppato con le competenze e la tradizione di 200 anni di storia"
Good color, aroma, and body.
Preferably on the rocks.
Santa Teresa 1796 rum review by The Ultimate Rum Guide