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Posted over 5 years ago by HunterRomario from Czech Republic with 285 ratings

Santa Teresa Añejo je další reprezentant Venezuely v kategorii rumů. Některé české e-shopy ho prodávají jako Santa Teresa Gran Reserva, samotný výrobce ho však nazývá Añejo, proto se držím tohoto názvu. Prodává se většinou za cenu něco málo přes 400 korun.
Zraje metodou solera od dvou do pěti let v dubových sudech.
Už jen to, že ho samotný výrobce předurčuje jako ideální do koktejlů, by mělo každého milovníka kvalitního pití varovat, toto se většinou u skvělých a vyzrálých rumů nepíše.
Je to už delší čas, co jsem se rozhodl ho koupit, a body ani zápisky jsem v té době ještě nevedl, ale mohu ho zhruba hodnotit stejně jako zde už představený nikaragujský Flor de Caňa 7y. Společně s ním ho mám zařazen v kategorii "nechutnal". Pamatuji si, že byl plochý a ničím výjimečný, spíše lehký, málo vyzrálý.
Bodově by se pravděpodobně pohyboval někde mezi 65-75/100, a protože mé poznámky chybí, napíšu aspoň, jak ho hodnotí výrobce nebo prodejci.
Oplývá typickou jemnou vůní a harmonickou chutí. Je výborný samotný nebo v premiových míchaných nápojích.
Zabarvení je jasně žluté, naznačující lehké aroma, které se chová velmi opatrně. Je plné příjemných vůní s tóny dřeva. Chuť je hladká, jemně ovocná, s přetrvávající koncovkou.

Myslím, že tohle nebyly nejlépe investované peníze, při ceně, za jakou se dají sehnat mnohem vyzrálejší rumy, je lepší si 200 korun přidat a investovat je do vyšší kvality.

Posted almost 3 years ago by Joola69 from United States with 2555 ratings

Mix your Santa Teresa Anejo with Coke and you get a pretty decent drink. Better yet, go straight to the much smoother Santa Teresa 1796 and you will get a pleasurable neat sipper.

Posted about 3 years ago by Rene Rum from Switzerland with 342 ratings

Nicht gerade viel für einen Anejo, aber zum mixen taugt es.
In der Nase eher stechend.
Im Gaumen auch nicht gerade lieblich, etwas Vanille und Toffee.
Im Abgang ... etwas wie Brennsprit.

Not just much for an anejo, but to mix it's ok.
In the nose rather stinging pain.
In the palate awful, some vanilla and toffee.
The finish ... something like clenser.

Posted over 3 years ago by Romo from Slovakia with 29 ratings

Not a very good choice. You can smell a lot of alcohol in the glass and the taste is the same. A bit agressive. I wouldn't take this one again

Posted almost 4 years ago by Badger Cong from Singapore with 2 ratings

A bit rough compared to it's beautiful label mare. Worth the price though

Posted almost 4 years ago by Kaw from France with 21 ratings

it depends of the price you bought it...good rum to mix with cola

Posted about 4 years ago by David from Spain with 14 ratings

If you are in Venezuela go for Pampero Añejo, totally avoid Santa Teresa. It burns and taste alcohol so mixing it is needed. Not to drink straight.

Posted over 4 years ago by James from United States with 17 ratings

It's not bad for a bottom shelf golden rum, but the price is double.

Avoid.

Posted over 4 years ago by Mark from Canada with 59 ratings

This rum has a nice dark gold colour, with only a minor alcohol smell. Pretty harsh tasting on it's own, however it makes a decent Rum & Cola... Providing some depth without any harshness.

Posted over 5 years ago by Charles M from United Kingdom with 126 ratings

Spirity nose. Medium bodied. Not hugely fruity. Alcohol gives a nice kick. Every now and then it makes a change.The spirit is offset somewhat by the gentle oak. But at the lower end of things, it doesn't match Chairman's Reserve or 1919. Nothing particularly wrong with it, but a little unexciting and might be better as a mixer, although perfectly drinkable straight up

Posted 7 months ago by Chrisvc from Belgium with 10 ratings

It’s a good rhum to mix with coke and lime. Made me fall in love with rhum and cokes. With no mixer, it can be a but rough.

Posted 10 months ago by Pacorro from Spain with 27 ratings

Me encanta el contraste de la dureza y el dulzor que queda al final del trago, todavía más cuando el litro sale a 7'5€ aunque para tomarlo solo o con hielo prefiero otros que salen por algo más.

Posted 11 months ago by Steven Richardson from United Kingdom with 123 ratings

Not sure why so many rate this quite low. It’s nice enough to sip and mix.

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

Conseguirás un gran combinado de ron con refresco de cola.

Posted over 1 year ago by Jorhater from Spain with 6 ratings

Viva Venezuela!!
Que cosa mas rica por dios!!!!!!!

Posted over 1 year ago by Dani Casc from Spain with 5 ratings

A workhorse, slightly better than Brugal Añejo, but similar; and quite a lot better than Barceló Añejo when mixed with Pepsi Max.

It would be my third option in this price range, after Legendario Elixir de Cuba and Matusalem Añejo.

Bought for 14€ in Spain

Posted over 1 year ago by cK from Canada with 60 ratings

...but tastes great in a rum & coke. It’s a good value for a mixer but don’t expect much more than that.

Posted almost 2 years ago by Josifiend from Australia with 10 ratings

Was expecting something built on the 1796, as it’s aged longer... it’s got more sweetness (it’s still not sweeeet) and flavour from spending longer in wood I suppose, but lost some of the light complexity in return for a little more weight and body in flavour.

Posted almost 2 years ago by Paul B (PREMIUM) from United States with 297 ratings

I had the chance today to either replace my bottle of 1796 that lasted for five months or choose this cheaper little brother that I had never tried. When it came to $18 versus $44, this one won out and I just had to find out for myself if it is really as bad as many of the reviews say. For being only a few more dollars more than bottom shelf rums like Bacardi or Captain Morgan but having the Santa Teresa name, I figured that I could not lose.

It's dry. It burns slightly. It is very young. Is it horrible? Not really. It tastes like it was distilled a few hours ago and then had wood chips added for a couple of more hours. Somehow, it is smooth. It is by no means rot gut. For those on a tight budget and trying to break away from Bacardi and Captain Morgan, this rum was meant for you as your entry into the world of great rum distillers. However, it's older brother 1796 is definitely worth the extra money, but the two cannot even be compared except that both have the trademark Venezuelan quality. This one is also so cheap that one will never feel guilty about using it as a mixer or on the rocks, but neat just does not cut it. Since it is dry, feel free to tie one on and probably have no penalty the next day. It certainly tastes better than Don Q Cristal, which is the ultimate penalty free rum for getting drunk on.

Posted about 2 years ago by Laurent Lapierre from Canada with 59 ratings

Parfait pour un rhum n coke, ce rhum n'a rien de mieux à offrir

Posted over 2 years ago by Bill from United Kingdom with 72 ratings

Otherwise don't bother. Slightly higher price for what you get. Better available for 20 quid out there

Posted over 2 years ago by Alejandro from Spain with 22 ratings

Very alcoholic and aggressive. Poor taste. Never again.

Posted over 2 years ago by Frank mac from United Kingdom with 53 ratings

This is a pleasant mixer with coke and a slice of lime

Posted over 2 years ago by Vlado from Slovakia with 51 ratings

Skúšal som si ho dať samotný, ale skoro mi oči vypadli. Príliš veľa alkoholu aj v nose, aj v ústach. Samotný len ako núdzové riešenie. Je tak maximálne dobrý ako malé vylepšenie Coly, ale fakt len malé. Na druhej strane, za takúto cenu sa nedá ani nedá nič viac očakávať. Ani neviem, kde som túto fľašu vyhrabal...=)