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New Years Eve. Someone brought this gem over. No doubt to get it out of their own liquor cabinet. Looks like an old bottle. Tastes like an old dirty shoe. It has this little hint of spice but included in that kerosene they falsely call rum, who can tell? I was too busy gagging on the harsh bite to do anything but try and keep my tongue and stomach from flailing out of my mouth and quitting due to abject cruelty. This is really desperately terrible. Apologies to my tongue and all internal organs.
Went camping and one if my friends had a bottle. I am not a fan of Bacardi, I'm more of a Havana club person. It wasn't bad, wouldn't buy it myself but it's okay to drink for that price. Not heavy on the taste, gives hints of vanilla and molasses.
Matured in ex bourbon oak casks, Notes of brown sugar, honey, vanilla, and light cinnamon. Sounds good? Nope, Bacardi Spice is just ok.
This is NOT to be confused with Bacardi Oakheart spiced which is a very easy mistake due to them looking almost identical and having spiced in the title. This one lacks the depth of oakheart but is still a decent tasting if somewhat artificial rum especially with coke (which, lombast me if you will, is how I have all my rums. But will sip a straight shot out the bottle to get a feel for it) this spiced rum is very easy on the palette with your classic spiced notes such as vanilla and a little cinnamon. And at around a 16 odd quid priced point gives you something that is better than Morgan's and still won't break the bank
Ordered spiced rum in a bar years ago and was served this. Remember enjoying it but never tried it again since. Shane it's been discontinued as I would've liked to try it now I've tried more styles to compare.
Brown, spice-flavored rum distilled from fermented molasses. Blend of golden rums.
This spiced rum mixes well with ginger ale.
The spice flavors of cinnamon, nutmeg and a little ginger give this rum an interesting taste and wide appeal.
Bacardi Spice was discontinued in 2005 and is no longer available.
Bottled at 40% alcohol by volume.
Distilled by Bacardi - Puerto Rico.
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