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Presidente 19-Year rum

Presidente 19-Year

Dominican Republic | Aged

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Posted over 1 year ago by filipec from Czech Republic with 181 ratings

taste - 7.5/10
smell - 7.5/10
sweetness - 8/10
price/value rating - 8.5/10


Posted 4 years ago by Joola69 from United States with 2845 ratings

Well over 1,000 aged dark rums enjoyed and Presidente Marti 19 year from Oliver & Oliver is easily on my Top 10 list after 15 years of tastings. It is superb, so smooth you can't imagine, no burn at all and contains plenty of exciting flavors. Only a marginal difference to the 23 year old rum and surprisingly small price difference for an extra 4 years of maturing. If you haven't tried yet this Dominican Republic produced but Cuban inspired 19 year Rum, I will guarantee it will set a brand new benchmark for your personal rum list.

Detailed scoring analysis:
10/100 Packaging, bottle and label design 9
10/100 Color of this rum 10
15/100 Nose test 13
20/100 Palate test 19
15/100 Afterburn of this rum 15
15/100 Availability to purchase this rum 11
15/100 Ultimate value for money 15
Total score 92


Posted almost 5 years ago by Peter Kalnai from Czech Republic with 34 ratings

All aspects of tasting like aroma, sweetness or afterburn are just wonderful. Excellent for celebrations: after the very first glass you wish to have the whole bottle for yourself and to get tanked up!


Posted 4 years ago by Falcon91Wolvrn03 (PREMIUM) from United States with 486 ratings

As of this review, this rum has a score of 8.3, while the Presidente 23 has a score of 8.0. I think this one is a little better, as the 23 year has a bit more oak finish to it and a little less sweetness.

Smells and tastes of molasses, caramel, marzipan, and honey. Doesn't have the oaky finish of the 23, which I like. A very good rum, especially at the price!

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Posted almost 5 years ago by Pandur from Austria with 81 ratings

Der Presidente Marti 19 ist der Mittlere von 3 Brüdern - da ich die beiden andeten noch nicht verkosten konnte bleibe ich einen direkten Vergleich schuldig. Der Presidente 19 ist ein sehr süsser Rum der stark an Weihnachten erinnert - Dörrobst (v.a. Rosinen), Schokolade und Lebkuchen. Vom Anfang bis zum Ende sehr mild. Leider gehöre ich zu der Hälfte der Mennschheit die Rosinen als “vergammelte Weintrauben“ bezeichnet und einfach nicht leiden kann, daher ist der Rum nicht so nach meinem Geschmack. Neutral betrachtet jedoch kein schlechter Tropfen. Freue mich auf den Tag wenn ich den grossen 24jährigen Bruder zesten kann!


Posted 11 months ago by XsiOn from Slovenia with 12 ratings

This is smooth rum. Sweet and fruity on nose. You can smell plums and some oak. Taste is reach without any really strong alcohol note. But I also taste some strange sour taste which is just not something I would enjoy.


Posted 1 year ago by Bramski from Netherlands with 15 ratings

Okay, this is actually a great rum, from the price point, to the smell, to the taste to the smoothness. However, then comes the aftertaste. The fruitiness that is somewhat present in the taste, that is full bodied and quite complex, is too dominant in the aftertaste for my liking. It leaves me with a sticky taste in my mouth that makes me switch to a different rum every time I drink it and, sadly, drowns out the memories to a otherwise amazing rum. I can totally understand the high score that this rum gets with most people and i’m quite jealous of anyone who can get over the aftertaste.


Posted 2 years ago by Dries from Belgium with 19 ratings

Let me quote someone here:
"Nose is great but then Yuck, there’s some weird sour fruity thing going on immediately on the first taste."
It's hard for me to say what that flavor at the end is, but it's definitely keeping me from enjoying the bottle and preventing me from trying the 15 or 21yo, unless I can taste them somewhere for free.


Posted almost 4 years ago by PitBullCH from Switzerland with 26 ratings

Another find in the local Getränkemarkt and another good one. Comes is an overlarge box (it's unnecessarily wide) but the bootle inside is full of goodness: very smooth, just a nice sweetness, lots of character to it - was getting chocolate, cherries, toffee, a bit of spice - all nicely apportioned. Would not be the end of the world if I was stuck on a desert island with this one.

(edit: downgraded to a 6 as my tasting experiences and palette have developed over time).

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Posted 3 months ago by Simson from Czech Republic with 56 ratings

Nice dark green bottle in historical style, 40% ABV. This is a solera with the oldest rum up to 19 years. The individual components of the rum were aged in bourbon and sherry casks. Such a classic.

Colour: Dark Amber
Nose: Sweet and fruity. I could detect vanilla, banana, mango, raisins, caramel and especially chocolate. The scent is very soft and pleasant.
Taste: Smooth, but less savorous than the aroma. Although the taste is sweet, it is not irritating. I smelled vanilla, chocolate, caramel, raisins, and some woodiness and pepper at the end.
Aftertaste: Quite short.

This is a good rum, but I was expecting a bit more full-bodied flavor. It is a good choice in its price range. It tastes similar to the green Diplomatico, but I liked that a bit more.

Overall rating: 8/10


Posted 4 months ago by Reagol (PREMIUM) from Hungary with 8 ratings

To be honest this is not on my favourite list, I would give one-two points less but my wife likes it so here is a good rating :)
She describes it as "sweet tobacco" which is actually a quite close call. Strong, aged, oaky flavour, less sweet but quite smokey taste. Resembles a bit of a good whiskey. Those who like this kind of taste should absolutely try it, for the others, well there are other better ones out there...