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Velho Barreiro Gold rum

Velho Barreiro Gold

Brazil | Gold

5.1/10(11 ratings)
Easily consumable in a bind


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Posted 1 month ago by Bamboleo from Germany with 21 ratings

It's not a bad product for the really fair prize but it's not good either. It's both too thin and too alcoholic tasting at the same time. But at around 13€ for a one litre bottle beggars can't be choosers.


Posted 1 month ago by from Austria with 42 ratings

Very cheap.and not to bad for a Cachaca. Good mixer


Posted 7 months ago by kai from Germany with 9 ratings

usually in Germany you get Pitu when ordering a Caipirinha. So usually one sould avoid this cocktail. The Barreiro is also common. If this one's offered then go for the Caipirinha!


Posted over 1 year ago by roberto.azores from Portugal with 48 ratings

Nose: Alcohol
Palate: Alcohol
Aftertaste: Alcohol

This is a very bad industrial cachaça.
I do not recommend even for a mix.


Posted over 2 years ago by Robert Ferron from United Kingdom with 166 ratings

Sampled this during a tasting seminar at Cardiff Rum Festival last weekend.

It's fresh and light but Cachaca isn't for everyone.


Posted 3 years ago by Václav Vlasák from Czech Republic with 5 ratings

Byl mi prodám jako rum a až později jsem zjistil, že to vlastně ani technicky rum není, vůně nevýrazná, chuť neurazí ale ani nenadchne.

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Posted over 4 years ago by Václav from Czech Republic with 75 ratings

Rich fresh sweet taste in this cachaca, together with reasonable price tag, makes this one almost unbeatable binge drinking Caipirinha master. If you need great Caipirinha mixer, this is your guy.


Posted almost 5 years ago by Kieron wood (PREMIUM) from United Kingdom with 469 ratings

This is rum that is just rum, no added flavour just pure rum... Decent on the rocks not a sipping rum it's a harsh one


Posted 5 years ago by Scott T from United States with 122 ratings

Please disregard the reviewer who says rum is only made from molasses, there are many rums made from sugar cane. This is of course a cachaca, sometimes called Brazilian rum, and is somewhat difrerent from most agricole (cane juice) rums.

This is an industrail cachaca intended mostly for making drinks such as Caiparinhas. At about the same price as Pitu it is much better, and probably somewhat better than Ypioca crystal which had been my go-to mixing Cachaca.


Posted over 5 years ago by Rogerio from Brazil with 1 rating

Cachaça is made of sugar cane but it's not rum!
Rum is made of molasses and cachaça is made of sugar cane juice.
Completely different drinks. Different tastes! While in cachaça you feel the taste of sugar cane among other flavors from wood barrel in rum you don't have the sugar cane flavor.