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Ron Colon Salvadoreno Coffee Infused Rum rum

Ron Colon Salvadoreno Coffee Infused Rum

El Salvador | Flavored

Ron Colón Salvadoreño coffee infused rum is made with a base of 6-year-old column-distilled rum sourced from Licorera Cihuatán distillery in El Salvador. Small additions of unaged Jamaican rums sourced from Worthy Park, Hampden and Monymusk, as well 3-year-old rum from Worthy Park estate bring a rich flavour experience. The 111-proof coffee infused expression is made with the addition of whole bourbon coffee beans sourced from Jags Head Coffee in El Salvador. The infusion is made in a cold brew style; the beans are blended with the rum for 48 hours, imparting a rich chocolate, cherry fruitiness into the spirit, creating a balance between the coffee and rum. Can be enjoyed in a coffee highball or Negroni.

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Posted 8 months ago by PS from Netherlands with 3 ratings

I think this is such a fun building block for some old Fashions .... or any bourbon cocktail.

Aromas of tropical fruits are most apparent with fresh banana and sticky pineapple. Ad- ding to this there is a deeper aroma of rich raisins and prunes.

I am a fan

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Posted 2 months ago by Steffmaus (TASTING CLUB) from Denmark with 59 ratings

Initially very powerful taste and feeling of the 55 ABV, followed by strong notes of coffee and subtle hints of honey


Posted 2 months ago by tomcoolen from Belgium with 18 ratings

Minder subtiele dan de groene variant
Vrij scherpe smaak en niet zo aangenaam id mond


Posted 2 months ago by alfuro from United States with 7 ratings

In comparison to their other coffee infused rums this one strikes a better balance between the strong taste of coffee and rum


Posted 2 months ago by Oliver from Germany with 16 ratings

Smells like being served in a used ashtray. Don't like at all.


Posted 5 months ago by Michal Micko from Czech Republic with 479 ratings

In aroma is the coffee not much presented. Taste is mix of three different tones - jamaican tones with pepper, coffee and smooth aged rum. Interesting experience, but not my "cup of tee".


Posted 7 months ago by from Sweden with 3 ratings

Wow, this was an experience. Very different to other high ABV rums, crisp and smooth. Nice funky tunes.

Mix with tonic and win the party. Easy.


Posted 7 months ago by Fifi has a Rum affair from Germany with 3 ratings

While personally the Blue Label for me is the real winner, I was pleasantly surprised by this expression. The coffee flavour coming from an infusion of whole coffee beans from El Salvador is strong, but not overpowering. The Rum blend and the coffee pair beautifully, creating a long lasting caramel finish. And as a bartender the mixing possibilities are endless. If you are looking for a liqueur this is not it. No sugars, no BS, high quality rum and high quality coffee beans, represented here with transparency and out most respect for the components. I like.


Posted 8 months ago by Emlyn from United Kingdom with 2 ratings

Quite an unexpected flavour with lots of coffee on the nose, but quite a delicate flavour. Certainly very different from coffee rum products I've had in the past which tend to be sweet. Worked great for a Negroni, definitely one to try!


Posted 8 months ago by Maxabbott27 from United Kingdom with 1 rating

Fantastic notes of sweet dried fruit and sweet pineapple. Rounded off with dry coffee notes.

Nice high abv so it takes dilution well.