Thanks so much for submitting a report. It has been emailed to the Rum Captain and will be actioned shortly.
Acceptable for making a cocktail but thats about it.
I found this one at a newly opened wine and liquor clearance store near me. Being that it was only $15 and I had rated it's sister Anejo as a 5, I gave it a try. It is aged up to 2 years to give it it's very pale yellow color. This was created by them to be an excellent mixer and that goal is achieved. I like it slightly better than their Anejo. As a neat sipper, it is neither offensive nor memorable. This one makes you appreciate the complex aging that went into it's older sister, Santa Teresa 1796, which I have rated in my top 6 percent.
A good cocktail base ... Not amazing bit not bad white rum
Nice with coke, it would be better straight or on the rocks
A new (old?) take on white rum. She'd in white oak casks, this has more notes than regular white rum.