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Havana Club Añejo Especial rum

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10 Havana Club Añejo Especial ratings

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Posted 21 days ago by gigi_marca from United Kingdom with 13 ratings

A quality mixing rum, Anejo Especial contributes plenty of flavour to classic rum cocktails. On it own... not that great.

Posted 28 days ago by Razhy from Belgium with 20 ratings

I don't drink this one neat, in my opinion it doesnt taste or smells that great but used as a mixer i find it really enjoyable in a cuba libre or a rum sour. the rating is solely on the taste when mixed

Posted 30 days ago by Dedspurs from United Kingdom with 18 ratings

Staple diet when spent 2 weeks in cuba along with havana 7.

Posted about 1 month ago by Hilmar from Norway with 9 ratings

Nice colour, aroma. Taste good and give very comfortable feeling after first try.

Posted about 2 months ago by Bondye from Netherlands with 9 ratings

Neat: 7

I like this one more than the Havana Club 7-Year.

Posted about 2 months ago by s1ckid from Belgium with 5 ratings

If I want to switch it up taste-wise I grab for this one. Tasty indeed!

Posted 2 months ago by WW from Netherlands with 31 ratings

A very easy drinkable mixer, forgot to try it neat. Will try next time.

Posted 3 months ago by Mike from United Kingdom with 5 ratings

Nothing special, not spiced. Just a nice easy rum.
Chequers in Yateley 6 Jan 2017

Posted 3 months ago by Paul from Australia with 104 ratings

i found this to be to sweet and was disappointed
will try again

Posted 4 months ago by Paniolopete from United States with 4 ratings

I saw this bottle in the Duty Free Shop in Tahiti before our flight home and snapped it up over some others I saw there. Once I got home and tasted it, I wished I’d bought another bottle! An amber colored rum with a beautiful butterscotch nose alludes to the flavor to follow. More oaky vanilla in the flavor than on first smell as well as the butterscotch/caramel flavor. Just a hint of sweetness on the lingering aftertaste with a pleasantly balanced woodiness for a double barrel aged rum, using young whiskey barrels after the initial aging in older neutral barrels. No molasses bitterness on the finish, just the smoothness of the aging and the pleasant brown sugar goodness that draws me to rum rather than brandy or cognac for an after dinner digestif!