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Lime, Angostura Bitter, Coke or Coke Zero and this the best rum to make a refreshing Cuba Libre. It goes down easy and it is great for a summer afternoon or hot day. Good rum that will not be wasted with the flavor of Coke.
Not a lot of depth but this is a very smooth nice tasting rum. Great to do simple builds like rum and coke or with ginger ale.
At less than $25 US it is very hard to beat and is now apart of my bar.
Now theres nothing wrong with this rum but I think of Venezuela and unfortunately i can think of 3 others that I would say are better from that climate. Quite a soft amber with light spice and fruits with an oaky finish. Fine for cocktails.
Pues eso, otro ron venezolano que tiene esos 40 grados pero no tiene mucha variedad de tonos y al paladar bastante duro, pero está bien para tomarlo solo, con hielo en combinados, me costó 8'5€ pues a disfrutar......
Tried it as a sample sipper. Overall nothing that I’ll probably remember. Was nothing wrong with it, but nothing that distinct either.
Paid $34 Canadian and it was worth it. I’ve heard it was a great mixer with coke but I found it pretty good on ice. Ages in American oak barrels, I found it didn’t impress me as much as the Solera.
Drunk this one pure and with coke. With coke it was one of the beste rumcokes of my life. Pure it was to simple but we paid 16 € for a bottle so what can you expact.
A medium Amber colour with little on the nose. It is smooth enough to sip straight with caramel and oak flavour. I found it was lost when cook was added because it is smooth caramel flavour. Great price at $30 Canadian.
El mejor compañero que puedes encontrar para los tragos con un buen sabor, hace la pareja ideal para el cuba libre.
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