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There’s a lot to like in this Bacardi rum although I thought I would like it more. Although better than the Reserva Limitada the flavours are too mild for my liking. Some nice flavours are there - definitely vanilla, honey and stone fruits as suggested, but nothing overly complex. A lighter colour and you can taste the oak but not overpowering. Worth the buy ($100).
It's great to see Bacardi getting into the higher (let's say semi-Premium) rum, instead of the standard white rum. I tried, and liked, the Bacardi Limitada (black bottle), and I feel this one is a little better. A little dry and oaky. Keep pushing Bacardi
Nice rum to sip or be enjoyed on the rocks… this will also upgrade your cocktails!
Beautiful color, very smooth and smoke vanilla notes.
Thank You Rhum Attitude for a strong rum delivery during global lockdown. Tasting continues onwards with Bacardi 16y. Okay bottle and label design but nothing to write home about. Golden color. Very artificial flavor profile consistent of rubber and glue mainly. Ending is decent but harsh burn will be your friend to the end.
I lucked out and got the last 1 liter bottle of this rum today for $90 US. I consider it to be a bargain. The usual tasting notes are on the gift box that it comes in. It states "caramelized vanilla and oak harmonized with stone fruits". Yes these flavors are in harmony, but I hate the term stone fruits. Why don't they just say mango? The aroma is also in harmony with the flavors and I rate it as a high 7, but not quite worthy of an 8. It is just not as good as their Eximo and Exquisto rums from Facundo. It is also less woody than their Limitada, which I have it ranked lower.
Update May 16, 2022: I got my hands on a liter of their 2004 Limited Edition 16 Year Rum today. It is bottled at 45% ABV instead of 40% ABV. Awesome rum and a bargain!
This definitely has flavour but tastes somewhat like scotch. Has peat flavour. If you like that.
This is a very interesting Bacardi addition. I taste the same notes as 8 & 10 but more oak and more depth. I would guess it’s the same rum aged longer in oak. It’s smooth medium brown and unlike any Jamaican, Bajan, or Guyana rum. Easy on the nose, but looses something on depth. Maybe because it’s released at 40%, would love to try it at cask strength. All in all a solid good rum but was expecting a bit more. I do like it better than Diez and Ocho not as much as Exquisto which is definitely a different blend. But sold by the full liter it’s a nice rum.
A bit of sweet, some enhanced flavors. I like it, this is a rum that I can drink regularly.
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