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La Hechicera Extra Anejo rum

La Hechicera Extra Anejo

Colombia | Aged

La Hechicera Extra Anejo rum Is distilled using the solera method and aged between 12 and 21 years in American white oak casks.

La Hechicera rum has been produced by the The Riasco family for the past two decades. They're the only family-run Rum distillery in Colombia. The rum derives its name from the Spanish word “Hechicera” which translates to “enchantress”.

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Posted 3 months ago by jrtglobal from Spain with 11 ratings

Well noticed "melaza" aroma.
A bit too much alcohol is felt on the first taste, but the aftertaste is just equal to the smell.
It went well with a light cigar.

Posted 3 months ago by marekfiser from Czech Republic with 65 ratings

Gave me a stomachache for the first time which never happened to me before, later just continued to dislike it, for money paid this is such a letdown esp. considering the beautiful brandable cask

Posted 6 months ago by Lee Martinek from Sweden with 37 ratings

La Hechicera was really a nice acquaintance. Smooth with coffee flavor, dark fruit and toffee. Gold in the glass and a small burn in the throat. No added sugar. Can I have another, please!

Posted 7 months ago by AlbertoGreco from Italy with 14 ratings

Eye: light seethrough orange
Nose: old closet. Mould. Alcohol also.
Mouth: alcoholic entrance and mould. Spicy staying in your mouth

Posted 8 months ago by tesibaer from Germany with 25 ratings

On the nose: oak with sugar cane and coffee, sweetness, tropical fruits, bananas and ripe pineapple, some cinnamon, all in all fruity and spicy.

On the palate: initially a little watery; Coffee, vanilla, spices, sugar cane, tropical fruits, sweetness, oak, light bitterness.

In the finish: dark chocolate, coffee, subtle spices and sugar cane, long with espresso.

In der Nase: Eiche mit Zuckerrohr und Kaffee, Süße, tropische Früchte, Bananen und reife Ananas, etwas Zimt, insgesamt fruchtig-würzig.
Am Gaumen: anfangs etwas wässrig; Kaffee, Vanille, Gewürze, Zuckerrohr, tropische Früchte, Süße, Eiche, leichte Bitterkeit.
Im Abgang: dunkle Schokolade, Kaffee, dezent Gewürze und Zuckerrohr, lang mit Espresso.

Posted 8 months ago by Jipla from Belgium with 65 ratings

Great discovery coming from Columbia. Great taste and color
Nice wax stamp on the bottle

Posted 8 months ago by wayoutwest from United Kingdom with 43 ratings

Light, dry, vanilla oak. Bit of burn. Very dry finish.
Apart from the vanilla, get a little bit of dried fruit, and lighter volatile top notes - icing sugar and sweet vanilla - from the column still.
Very drinkable, if a bit forgettable.

My palate seems to evolve over time. I'm quite new to rum, and I've come up an down with this bottle over the past few weeks. Had R L Seale and Hampden 8 on the go at the same time. I find the flavour on this too thin. I prefer something fuller, and of the three, Hampden wins easily.

Final thoughts, comparing with some less dry rums - El Dorado 8, Brugal 1888 and Chairman's Reserve Legacy- there's more depth, complexity and body in this.
I find the top notes a little discordant, but in the context of some less dry, cheaper alternatives, this one stands out as something balanced and pleasing.

Will I buy again. Probably, but a little while down the line.

Posted 9 months ago by Frederick Lussier from Canada with 132 ratings

Rhum sec. Arome de cannelle et épices. Alcool présent. Un peu cher pour ce qu'il offre., on s'attenderait a plus de rondeur et de douceur.

Posted 9 months ago by DRE from Belgium with 7 ratings

Nose: tropical fruit
Taste: prunes vanilla butterscotch
After: oak

Posted 9 months ago by AlexMo from Russian Federation with 181 ratings

The sorceress with a complex and harsh aroma, oily and brutal classic dry taste. Have a pleasant time. Still, it is bitter enough to have delight close.