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Diplomatico Reserva Exclusiva rum is distilled from molassis in copper pot stills and then aged in small oak casks for on average 12 years before being bottled.
Produced in Venezuela, which has a rich rum history dating to 1896, the Diplomatico Reserva Exclusiva distillery is located on the northern slopes of the Andes mountains.
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after trying many different rums, my taste buds needs to be returned to normal, then this is the one, not to sweet not to dry, afforable
Helt klart, en riktigt fin rom.
Underbar färg med en ljuvlig arom, och vilka underbara smaker.
Flaskan tara för sig själv...
Denna rom är helt klart en favorit.
This rum is so smooth and perfect. A friend gifted me a bottle on a camping trip and we all loved it. I know it’s a sipping rum but it makes delicious mixed drinks too.
This is the standard I use to judge all other rums (until I try something I like more).
First rum to truly floor me with taste. Shame it's Venezuelan. I for one don't wish to support that government.
It's very good but a bit strong in taste. I would say that Diplomatico Mantuano is a little bit better because it's more delicate and soft. Reserva Exclusiva is good but El Dorado 12 is the best one for me for now.
So far, this is my absolute favorite rum. You don't need ice to mellow it out, it has almost no burn, but still full of flavor. I wouldn't dare put this in a cocktail or with coke, it would be a disgrace to do that. It is extremely smooth.
Loved every drop. Some may mention sweet, however that is precisely what rum is. The trick is to balance the sweet with the fire. This makes you think of neither as you hum down each glorious sip of rich, deep, complex and smooth as ……(insert simile of choice) rum.
"The palate evokes chocolate sauce and the sweet toffee, fudge and tropical fruit flavours from the nose"
"The nose is dominated by notes of caramel, toffee and crème. On the back end of the aromas, I can detect a hint of smoke and pineapple"
via Inu A Kena
Smells sweet. It is fruity, oranges, grapes and raisins with scents of chocolate and a sweet almost syrupy.
"The tasting notes on the site are very accurate vanilla, fudge/toffee sauce are noticeable as are notes of vanilla and a finish which is slightly bitter like cocoa which leaves a hit of oakiness on the taste buds. The finish is pretty short. ."
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