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Serious improvement needed
Straight from the bottle: undrinkable, like gasoline.
Mixed with cola: still terrible.
In deserts and stuff: okay, but do is any other cheap normal rum
Overall: glad the bottle was a gift, otherwise would have been a waste of money.
This is ethanol with caramel. They can call it rum because Austria was in the EU before the food and drink labelling rules came in. Czech Republic and Slovakia have similar products, but now can't call them rum, so use names like 'um' (common sense) or 'tuzemak' (the domestic one). Anyway, nobody but nobody drinks this straight. You put it in tea or coffee. I suppose you could mix it with coke, like the Thais do with their 80% not-quite-rums.
This is what the old Boys from Brazil used to put in their tea. One drop on the tongue tastes like you've chomped down on a Cadbury Rum and Butter candy bar, shooters not recommended. I'm just suggestible enough to try and find some today; haven't had this in over 30 years.
Phuuuu ha, et levn fra studenter tiden, og ikke en jeg savner. Det eneste positive om rommen, er at den dufter af studenterbrød. Derfor 2 flasker
Jeg husker denne rom fra da jeg var ung.
Den var et hit når vi kørte til tyskland og handlede ind fordi den holdt længere i miksede drinks fordi der skulle bruges meget lidt i hvert glas.
Men smagen er frygtelig og man mærker tydeligt hvordan alkoholden kommer gennem næsen når man drikker den.
Det er ikke en rom jeg ville købe i dag, den er simpelt hen for aparte i smag og alkohold styrke.
tastes like ethanol with marzipan, it's not rum....austria does not grow sugar cane, maybe it's ok in stolen cake, after that it's nopt worth pouring into your glass...(sorry dudes, this is second to bundenburg for tasting crap...)
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