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Brugal Anejo rum is a blend of rums aged 3 to 5 years in used American white Oak barrels that previously held whiskey and bourbon.
The rum is produced in the Dominican Republic by Brugal & Co., a company that was founded in the late 1800s by the Spaniard Andrés Brugal Montaner. Today, the Brugal rum company remains largely in the control of Montaner's direct descendants.
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Not much to say really. I could be biased from drinking this rum in cold rum n'cokes in late night merengue clubs over in DR but then I could also have an incredible taste ;-)
Sip it with a little ice and a splash of water. Add honey if you want.
Simply because I have drank more bottles of this than any other bottle in the world. Hundreds. Thousands? Oh my..,
I might also be a little biased, this was my first contact with darker rhums back in, oh, 2005, maybe.. Very pleasant and smooth, goes perfectly with cola, and doesnt necesseraly need ice. Always a safe choice and price-quality ratio is excellent!
Beautiful rum for cuba libre... Tried many rums: flor de cana, El dorado, zacapa, Ron barcelo (I think), Bacardi gold and 8, cruzan gold and single barrel. Real smooth and full of flavor, not to mention a great price
Brugal Anejo is on the sweet side with a medium body a great minerality to it that I like. I used it in a Rum punch and it was a big hit.
I highly recommend this bottle. For straight shots its great, also its amazing with coke if straight up is not your thing. All around one of my favorites always have a few bottles on deck. Can't beat the price point for the quality around here.
Sipping: low flavour, watery, whisky wood, a little bit alcoholic, but not in a bad way, smooth.
Mix: whisky woody notes. IMO it has a taste of rum and whisky mix.
Alternatives if you like woody rums:
Dictador 12(old wood french polish smell), Flor De Cana 12(more fresh, sweeter, a little bit more taste, rum-like wood notes), for me - only this one had this typical whisky wood smell.
Considering the price, it is a bargain for mixing if you like such notes. I do.
Notes: Scotch whisky wood, alcoholic, watery
Wood: Scotch whisky wood
Sweet: almost none
"The rum is fairly smooth, however this gives way to a very strong burn upon swallowing. There are notes of oak and tobacco throughout the tasting but they aren’t very hard hitting at all."
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