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Negrita Bardinet Signature Dark 2-Year rum

Negrita Bardinet Signature Dark 2-Year

Martinique | Dark | 37.5% ABV

82 ratings
Barely drinkable, hard to swallow


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Posted 1 month ago by Jup from Bulgaria with 10 ratings

Well I must say I don’t like dark rums.
Then this one tastes too fake.
Might be fine with coke or something idk

Posted 4 months ago by emil0891 from Sweden with 22 ratings

Cheap and without any mayor flavor profiles, works fine with coke

Posted at Amics de les Arts i Joventuts Musicals 5 months ago by Malayu from Spain with 20 ratings

Per fer mojitos, i com a molt, tot i així, si en pots ficar un altre, millor.

Posted 9 months ago by Harrie from Netherlands with 91 ratings

This is a very cheap rum and it is far from great but the score on RumRatings (2,8 at the time of my review) doesn't do it justice. On the other hand; the label states 'Premium Caribbean dark Rum' but I wouldn't call this premium by a long shot. So, a cheap rum somewhere in between 'barely drinkable' and 'premium'.

I couldn't help checking some of the members who rated Negrita a '1' or '2' and , not unexpected, there was a lot of sweet stuff on the upper shelves. This dark rum is a dry blend. I do wonder what kind of blend because as a French rhum you would expect an agricole, and I get some hints of that, but I would be very surprised if molasses-based rums were not in here as well.

On the nose it reminds a bit of Myers's rum, just much, much lighter. A bit herbal, burnt sugar but I also get a whiff of molasses. On the palate it starts out rather sweet, liquorice, and then the herbal and peppery (chili rather than black or white) notes take over. Minimal vanilla and some oak come forward in the rather short finish. With an ABV of 37,5% it is certainly not an explosion of flavours but it does have some character. It is a little sharp at the exit despite the low ABV so I guess there is quit a large part of really young rum in this blend.

This is probably not going to be a rebuy; it is all a bit too simple and I can get more interesting spirits for just a tad more money. On the other hand, when I am spending my holidays in France (after covid) I might just grab another bottle; this is the right kind of stuff near a campfire at night. Simple but not bad.

Posted 10 months ago by Weglin from Poland with 15 ratings

Czuc w zapachu cukier trzcinowy. Z mikserem jest Ok. stanowczo zbyt niska ocena w swojej Polce cenowej Ok.

Posted 11 months ago by Rommiautisti from Finland with 14 ratings

One of the worst I have ever tasted. As bad as the cheapest rums.

Posted 1 year ago by KissAljas from Hungary with 70 ratings

Egy legénybúcsún kóstoltam Barcelonában. 1 fokkal jobb mint a sütő rum. Csak kólába

Posted over 1 year ago by lit from Australia with 1 rating

I've had a good laugh at the reviews. I REALLY enjoyed this rhum! I forgot the name and had to search the internet to find it because I would like more. Sadly I can't find it in Australia, I bought this bottle duty free in Papua New Guinea.

I drank it straight and mixed with Pepsi, coke and ginger beer and I thoroughly enjoyed it.

Posted over 1 year ago by ChefO from United States with 12 ratings

This rum is a pastry Chef Rum. It is designed to flavour pastry preparations, not to be consumed as a drink.

Posted over 1 year ago by Ravedave69 from Belgium with 2 ratings

I suppose one could make sauce with this rhum, however the drinking quality is absolutely next to nothing.

It has no place in a bar, the only rightful place is next to the kitchen cooking plates and even there it has more than likely better competition.