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If your looking to get Diplomatico just keep your base line at the Exclusiva. No point in dropping down a noticeable tier just to save a few bucks. The Exclusiva is superior in every way and is not much more in cost compared to quality.
Powerful rum, more sour tones than f.e. zacapa 23. Much stronger mouthfeeling, darker tones here than zacapa or Don Q gran Anejo. Sweet, cane-like. Still nice for me personally.
Was wondering how exclusiva would taste if only you could somehow remove the extra sweetness...
Now I know and I can confirm it's good.
Missing the complexity as well...
It still has an intense alcohol flavour. Probably it needs some time to settle down a bit. But in this price range it is reasonable.
My favourite, together with Pampero Aniversario. Seems like venezuelan aged rums are my favourites. Santa Teresa I would use for paint removal, though.
Really quite like this since it's semi-dry/sweet unlike many of its siblings which allows fore finer nuances to shine through.
Vanilla, cacao, fudge, dried fruits and some tight oaky notes.
"Overall it is a sweet rum. There is a little spice on the palate and a tiny slither of oak. The finish has a little coffee and a touch of caramel. It is smooth and very easy to drink."
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