Havana Club Blanco rum

Havana Club Blanco

Cuba | Light

Havana Club Blanco is the youngest of the Havana Club rums and is standardly used in cocktails. Like its counterparts, it is made in Cuba and aged in oak casks.

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Posted 6 years ago by Derek 🇨🇦 | 12 ratings

I love a good mojito! The best mojitos I've ever had are always in Cuba. I tried to recreate when I got home... and it wan't until I used Havana Club White that I got it right. It has a distinct taste... which on it's own or even with Coke isn't the best. But when it's time to make the perfect mojito... Havana Club White is what you need to use! End of story. To summarize.... if you make a mojito... use this rum... otherwise, pass.

Posted 6 years ago by jsanca 🇺🇸 | 57 ratings

Quite dry rum, can smell some sugar cane. Better choice than a Bacardi.
I prefer the Yellow label rather than the white one, the yellow has better body and so tasty on mojitos

Posted over 6 years ago by RumManDan 🇨🇦 | 32 ratings

I find people hold each rum to the same standard while reviewing them and I don't agree with that mentality. This rum is a mixer not a sipper and is a totally different animal.

As a white rum it is one of my favourite mixers as its inexpensive and has no offensive odours or flavours. Great for Cuba libre but, great in tiki drinks. Mixes well with fruit juices and soda. I find captain and a few other whites have a swail that cannot be masked. This rum does not.

Rum punch or similar drinks aren't the same without a white rum like this one.

Posted almost 7 years ago by Daniel Flamaropol 🇷🇴 | 25 ratings

I don't see the need for this rum. The 3-Anos is similarly priced and is so much better that this one has basically left the market. It's comparable to the white version of Bacardi, which is awful. I'd still prefer this one over that one, due to the distinct lack of bitterness.

Posted almost 7 years ago by hanz.kubat 🇨🇿 | 19 ratings

A classic case of commercial rum. Can be bought in every supermarket, is cheap and is mass produced. Good for your mojito or cuba libre, but no win. It gets the job done, but it won't surprise you, and it won't be something special. Boring, mediocre, not good.

Posted 3 months ago by Wolfe Tone 🇳🇱 | 88 ratings

Poor, neutral alcohol with little character. The only reason I don't rate it lower is because it doesn't have enough character to be disgusting or distasteful.

Posted over 1 year ago by Sieger Koops 🇳🇱 | 9 ratings

Not bad for a white rum, but not good in general. Drink it like the Cubans do, with only a drop of cola.

Posted over 1 year ago by lucle5 🇨🇦 | 13 ratings

La bouteille la moins chère de Cuba, bien pour les punchs d'été ou de Noel, sans plus.

Posted over 1 year ago by BingChen Taiwan, Republic Of China | 27 ratings

This one is slightly better than the Bacardi Superior White but still only good for cocktails.

Posted over 1 year ago by VladimirGrg 🇭🇷 | 15 ratings

I personly don't like white rums because for me they almost taste just like alcohol, really boring... whites are only good to make cocktails but I just like to drink straight I don't like cocktails... but in Cuba, you will be happy if someone is trying to make your cocktail using that rum... ;)

Brand Details

Name: Blanco
Company: Havana Club
Type: Light
Distillation: Unknown
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