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Recommendable to most
I'm running out of rums to rate with what's available at my local stores. This one might be the last good one. Very smooth yet you still get a light alcohol burn. Moderate flavor, I didn't pick up any particular taste, pretty well blended
Robe foncée, sans excès de sucre. Pour le reste je dirai comme Josephcharles (que je cite):
Le nez est bien équilibré avec du caramel, de la vanille et des fruits noirs.
La bouche offre une complexité de caramel, de mélasse, de vanille et de tabac.
La finale est d'une persistance moyenne.
Dark color, not too sweet, for the rest I will say like Josephcharles (whom I quote):
The nose is well balanced with caramel, vanilla and black fruits.
The palate offers a complexity of caramel, molasses, vanilla and tobacco.
The finish is of medium persistence.
Really enjoy this rum as a weeknight supper. Enough flavors to really savor but not so rich and exotic it’s for special occasions. It has a deep rich mahogany color in the glass. On ice you pick up a lot more of the woody flavors; neat you get more caramel and rich tones. The mouth feel is smooth and lucious, but it isn’t from an overly sweet drink.
Tonight, this is the game of two grandfathers (in the same price range stadium).
First goal scored by Bortran: it is classic Solera. Good balance between dry and sweet. Charming spicyness.
Then there was massive attack of AN. 3:1 in 5 minutes.
Absolutely delicious, authentic. Naturally sweet, still fine smoky.
Both did not play fair on nose: two yellow cards for Bortran, one for AN.
Both are worth the money and got into a playoff of the best drinks.
P.s. looks like Panamian rums are the best )
It has a hint of sweetness but such a great tasting rum. Very easy on the palate, no need for ice. Much better tasting than its 15 year old brother.
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