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I admit I'm not a huge fan of orange, but I REALLY like the Clement Creole Shrubb and the Santa Teresa Orange!
This didn't come close to those. This is simply artificial orange flavor over an alcohol in which I couldn't even taste the rum.
Why on earth would anyone drink this crap, when you can buy excellent, authentic mixing rums for around the same price, and you can add freshly squeezed orange juice and whatever else, and voila, you have a superb drink to guzzle with a clear conscience. Making a real drink with fresh ingredients and good rum will take you an extra minute. You're worth it. Don't buy this junk.
It tastes bad. Lets start with that. The flavor is artificial tasting and it is isn't good. Nothing about this product was good. However, once drowned with orange juice, orange vodka and orange sorbet, this product was able to provide more fuel to my Clockwork Orange that I got at a movie theater. Unless you plan on going through such lengths to make it "reasonable," simply don't bother.
Want a hangover from something you didn'g even enjoy? Try this, sweet tasting lump of sugar water with added flavour
seriously, who enjoys this stuff? its booze directly made for alcoholics if you ask me.
Ok for puerile mixed drinks. All I can say is it is better than the Cruzan orange flavored rum, which is like saying I am a better basketball player than Stephen Hawking.
To be honest the only way I drink this is as a mixer with 7up. That’s it!
Flavour rum to mix with juices works ok in juices but that is about all you can do with it.
Appearance: clear, transparent
Aroma: fake orange, like Tang
Taste: slightly sweet, slightly bitter
Flavor: orange peel
Texture: slightly smooth
Finish: medium, sweet, orange, lemon
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This not Puerto Rican Rum and neither are any of the other Bacardi Flavors 1 out of 10
Rum Ratings - you classify this as Puerto Rican Rum, but it is not. The rum is produced in a variety of countries and usually bottled in Bacardi's plant in FLD. Perhaps, most importantly it's not aged a min of 1 year so could never be regarded as a Puerto Rican rum legally.
Furthermore, this 'rum' is garbage and is made up of a bulk rum nobody else wants, cheap extracts coming in large part from China and a lot of high fructose corn syrup. The real reason Bacardi produces rums like this is to keep other rums which are much higher quality off the store shelves. The people who make this even know this isn't decent rum and so should everybody else.