Thanks so much for submitting a report. It has been emailed to the Rum Captain and will be actioned shortly.
not exactly sipping rum, but yeah, small shot wouldnt hurt. its definitely smoother and colorful in taste than white legendario (also older), but its stil anejo. Therefore more eligible for coctails. On the other side, same price range gives spiced Kraken or Diplomatico (anejo even 25% cheaper, or exclusiva). Id recommend it, taste is bit different than other aged, also more alcoholic given the "aged" title, still you can remember it.
Such a big difference with legendario elixer de cuba. This bottle is just a waste of your time. Simply don't do it but do go for the "Legendario elixer de cuba"
Now we're getting somewhere! Legendario has aged a rum to perfection here. I haven't talked about the bottle yet but they have put some thought into the new design from the simple cylinder with nice feminine curves. The label shows a colonial port scene complete with rum barrels ready for export. What's in the bottle carries enough time in oak to be sipped neat... I wouldn't mix this with anything besides a little water to open the flavours and at the $60 I shelled out, a crime to mix anyway. Firesides chats and cigars will be enhanced by this rum. A 10 for smoothness and character and I have had similar rums at a much higher price.
Try to get a well lit shot from the front of the rum label
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