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Havana Club Añejo Especial rum

Havana Club Añejo Especial

Cuba | Gold

6.5/10(29 ratings)
Tasty, but not quite great


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Posted 4 months ago by Hefron from Czech Republic with 73 ratings

Tento rum lze označit za takový etalon kvality. Svého času podpultové zboží z Tuzexu, nyní rumový průměr, který nikoho neurazí, ale ani nepřekvapí nějakými chuťovými orgiemi.
Vůně po masovém karamelu a vanilce zahalená tóny dubového sudu. V chuti taktéž dominuje karamel, vanilka a dub.
Lehké alkoholové zakončení v hrdle. Příjemně nasládlý. Vodnatější konzistence.
Jediné co mi chybí je větší komplexnost vůní a chutí a olejovitější charakter.


Posted 5 months ago by Nick70 from United Kingdom with 5 ratings

Nice flavour ,not complex, overpowering or overly sweet but great in diet coke with ice and a slice of lime.


Posted 9 months ago by Diego from Australia with 20 ratings

The lower rating this rum has must be from people expecting a sipping rum and being disappointed. This is a Gold Standard Rum for Mixing! Fantastic in Mojitos when you want some extra depth and punch if the 3yr Havana Club doesn't cut it. Amazing with Coke and Lime. Nothing comes close for taste at it's pricepoint. If you're after something similar though, try Appleton Estate signature blend (Jamaica) or Bati Dark Rum (Fiji) both are good but just missing that something special that this Anejo Especial has. Highly Recommended!

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Posted 18 days ago by BrainfreezeBE from Belgium with 12 ratings

Use it for a good mix. Beats most of the commercial rums


Posted 19 days ago by Toni (PREMIUM) from Germany with 8 ratings

It is estimated that the rum, made from sugar cane molasses, matures in Cuba's tropical climate in former bourbon barrels made from American white oak, for around six years. For the finish, the Maestro Roneros fill the rum into young, burned-out oak barrels. The rum is bottled with an alcohol content of 40 percent and caramel as a coloring. Conceived as a competitor product to Spiced Rums, the Havana Club Anejo Especial can be classified as a classic rum, as it does not use any flavoring.

It is a very affordable classic at 15€ and best with a coke. However it doesnt perform well if you sip it.


Posted 2 months ago by shindler from Poland with 16 ratings

I found it very pleasant and mild. Not a sipper, great for mixing with cola. I appreciate subtle notes in the taste and properly balanced sweetnes

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Posted 2 months ago by Mark Halse from Australia with 34 ratings

Makes a great mixer, ice gingerbeer and Anejo Special on a hot day


Posted 2 months ago by TY from Austria with 64 ratings

Goldene Farbe.
Blumige, duftige Noten. Leicht alkoholisch.
Recht zurückhaltend.
Dezenter Geschmack nach Karamell und leichte Fruchtigkeit. Leichter Körper.
Im Abgang wieder etwas alkoholisch, leicht ohne langen Eindruck.
Gut für Longdrinks, wenig aufregend pur.


Posted 4 months ago by Marijke from Netherlands with 14 ratings

Gekocht tijdens onze zomervakantie in Duitsland, met de rum app in onze hand. Nu eindelijk proeven tijdens spelletjesavond, prima rum 👍. Beetje hout(?)smaak.


Posted 4 months ago by Anne from Netherlands with 7 ratings

This is such a nice comfy Havana club. It's well rounded, has a nice sweetness and a slight burn when you swallow.