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Arehucas Anejo Reserva Especial 18-Year is a rum brand from the Canary Islands, Spain. It is made using molasses and aged in oak barrels for 18 years. The production method involves distillation in column stills and aging in a solera system. The product is gravity-filtered before bottling. The ABV is 40% and it is bottled in 700ml bottles. The company was founded in 1884 and is located in Arucas, Gran Canaria.
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Considering its price, this is really very good. It’s not quite as good as the Captain Kidd 30 (actually up to 38 year old), but then that costs at least 4 times more. This tastes like a fine rum from the Caribbean. Very smooth, just the right amount of sweetness and lots of molasses. Beautiful on the nose - almost like an ideal rum. Hints of orange. A lovely aftertaste. The more I drink it the more I like it. Highly recommended!
Nice balanced sweet nose of cherries and brown sugar. Soft but no hints of the butter or leather of the Carta Oro.
Best of the canaries I guess. Bought to 30 euros..
Got it from the Canaries Islands.. Too cheap for this sublime Rum.. 30 euro .
Taste is very fruity and a bit nutty.
For me a great rum for a great price...
Interesting rum from Canarias.. Not too sweet. Taste of Caramel, Vanilla, wood..
7/10 pour ce rhum a 23€ c'est le meilleur rapport qualité-prix qu'on peut trouver.
Small taste of vanilla and oak... and something more.
Faint smell of tar.
A slightly bitter finish from the oakbarrels.
Better the 2nd time I tried it !
Many thanks to Joola69 for sharing this with me as part of a rare rum tasting (I can't get this in the US).
Smells and tastes of molasses, light spice, orange, and oak. Very lightly sweet. Not a bad rum at all.
Rum tasting with my good old buddy in Amsterdam during the global lockdown continued onwards with Arehucas 18y. Very nice and unique bottle and label design. Bright golden color. Vanilla, orange and mild oak to your nose and palate when neat sipped. Super short and nondescript ending. Good but far from great.
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Excellent value - easily competes with $100+ 9 out of 10
Nice balanced sweet nose of cherries and brown sugar. Soft but no hints of the butter or leather of the Carta Oro. Chocolate, almost creamy taste. I wouldn’t say hugely complex, but I actually like that when sitting back and sipping for a while - it doesn’t make me think a lot, just enjoy. Amazing finish gets a little sweeter as it lingers. Really pleasant overall, surprising how much I like it, worth a try if you haven't yet.