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Got a sample of this rum from RR Tasting Club. It’s a blend of rum from Nicaragua and Guatemala.
In my opinion a quite flat and bland rum. I think it’s quite hard to detect the flavors in it. It’s of course sweet, but I also detect vanilla and toffee.
It’s very easy to drink. It’s nothing for me, but if you like the character of the rum from Nicaragua and Guatemala you probably will like it.
Picture: My emptied sample and the content poured in a glass out in the Stockholm archipelago.
43%. Nice blend of Central American rums. Light straw in colour , dry , smells and tastes very fruity. White fruits like grapes and pears. Bit of a burn in the mouth , it is sippable but does make an excellent mixer.. 6.5
Leather, toffee, vanilla nose. Fruity and grassy flavours, maybe tangerine, with medium/low spice. Well balanced now ‘that’ sweet. Long pleasant finish, maybe lingers a little too long. I wouldn’t call it overly interesting but quite easy to sip - nice rum for most, guessing ‘experts’ will want a little more to interpret.
Beautifully presented . Lovely light golden colour but lacking in depth unfortunately .
No real flavour to hold onto
Rum tasting with my buddy in Tampere continued with Rum & Cane Central America XO. Very nice high end bottle and label design. Golden color. Mild oak to your nose and palate when neat sipped. Very mild burn at the end. Pretty good but easily forgettable rum.
Gentle taste. I can not feel the Guatemara and Nicaragua, but good rum I think.
Molasses and buttely taste. Easy to drink.
Try to get a well lit shot from the front of the rum label
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