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Don Q Reserva 7-Year rum

Don Q Reserva 7-Year

Puerto Rico | Aged

5.7/10
7 ratings
Easily consumable in a bind

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Posted 10 months ago by Herman from United States with 103 ratings

I picked this up from Total Wine for $27.99 down in Delaware. I love the new bottle designs that Don Q is rolling out. This a a solid rum for the newcomer just getting into aged rums. Good amber color, great taste and decent finish. This should be a good everyday rum to have in your collection.

Posted 1 year ago by Bob from United States with 74 ratings

There is a slightly heavier body to this than the Don Q Añejo and that make sense because the youngest rum in the blend is 7 yrs old vs the former being 3. It has mild bittersweet flavors that are a hint of butter, brown sugar, and cognac. Very good.

Posted 23 days ago by Sve from Germany with 44 ratings

Ich fand ihn eigentlich angenehm mild, der Abgang doch zu scharf und zu lang.

Posted 1 month ago by henrik pedersen from Denmark with 109 ratings

Dejlig let rom, bedst til at mixe. Kan dog sippes.

Posted at Sirena Restaurant 2 months ago by Uwpaleoman from United States with 4 ratings

Lacking in complexity, and a bit harsh. Much more drinkable once the ice melted and thinned it out, but that's not winning any prizes. But hey it was free with my welcome drink at the hotel so that's a positive.

Posted 6 months ago by Adam97060 from United States with 5 ratings

Nasty. Glad it was cheap. Keep as a mixer. Definitely not worth it if you're looking for a sipper.

Posted 1 year ago by Paul B from United States with 420 ratings

I know that in my last discussion I stated that there would be no more reviews on rums that I have not tried. However, I have known about this replacement for Don Q Anejo for months and finally saw it on the shelf for $21. I just had to bring it home and do a side by side test.

The new bottle is shorter and wider and also comes with a cork instead of a screw cap. This new one comes from a blend of rums aged 7 years each. The Anejo was from a blend of rums ranging in ages of 3 to 8 years. This new one has no aroma, unlike the Anejo. Both taste almost the same, but this new one has a slightly more bitter after taste.

I had been used to paying $15 for the Anejo, so this $6 price increase is simply not worth it to me. I will just go over to the clearance center nearby and scoop up as many of the Anejos for $10 each before they are all gone.