Thanks so much for submitting a report. It has been emailed to the Rum Captain and will be actioned shortly.
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.
Appearance: clear, transparent
Aroma: fake orange, like Tang
Taste: slightly sweet, slightly bitter
Flavor: orange peel
Texture: slightly smooth
Finish: medium, sweet, orange, lemon
This was horrible. Orange if done correctly can be a really good rum mixer. This falls flat. Don't know why it's so popular.
So basically, I believe this product to be a competitor with orange vodka because it sells.
Do yourself a favor...
Get real rum and a real orange.
Pretty much the same as "limon" but with "orange flavor"
Not the worst if you can't find an actual orange, but still lower level mixing rum.
Like the other Bacardi flavor offerings this is exactly what is says it is. A sweet orange flavored rum that should be mixed to cut some sweetness. I usually use orange juice as it masks the fake orange flavor that is present.
Maybe I just don't like flavored Rums. I've heard those from "Cruzan" are better, but more diffucult to get. This one just tastes unnatural.
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