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Abuelo Anejo rum

Abuelo Anejo

Panama | Gold

All great stories have an inspirational beginning, the same as Añejo has been for Ron Abuelo. It’s our youngest rum, both in age and spirit. Añejo is a fun and enjoyable first impression to our Panamanian rum making tradition. Where all the great stories begin.

153 ratings
Tasty, but not quite great


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Posted over 5 years ago by mankri from Hungary with 33 ratings

Despite being a young rum, it has a nice taste and aroma, comparable to many of those aged for a longer period. I prefer it on rocks, but could go neat, as well.

Posted over 7 years ago by Felipe P from United States with 70 ratings

This to me exemplifies what a standard rum should be. Very versatile.

Posted 5 years ago by DG from United States with 11 ratings

It's hard to believe this is rum. Barely passable as rum. Drinkable, but barely.

Posted almost 6 years ago by SureThing II from Slovakia with 29 ratings

Not bad. Not bad at all. It's quite drinkable but.. smell is much more expressing than actual taste. While your nose is screaming OMG!! Your tongue ends somewhere around meh. But still okay rum.

Posted 6 years ago by Nicoakr from France with 106 ratings

Great entry level rum. I prefer it on ice, lemon and mint with loads of ice but can easily be appreciated straight.

Posted over 1 year ago by DejviSs from Czech Republic with 68 ratings

Well, this is just rum, you can buy for low price and you wont be disapointed - fair play.

Posted almost 4 years ago by Adam from Poland with 97 ratings

That's cheap so I wasn't expect much.....but that's nice surprise.....maybe nose is nothing special...but taste quite good. I feel something new there. If you thing about cheap and common rum that's very good example to try.

Posted almost 4 years ago by Robert from Netherlands with 3 ratings

To the nose there are hints of vanilla and caramel. Not too sweet, luckily. Passes the "eye-test" (alcoholtest) with flying colours.Drink it neat, from a tasting glass (no tumbler!!). Lingering taste. Great value for money.

Posted 4 years ago by Steve from United States with 2 ratings

Very smooth and enjoyable to drink. Not happy about the smell but it tastes much better than it smells. Very smooth.

Posted over 4 years ago by George from United States with 14 ratings

An excellent bang for the buck. Works for me as the go-to daily sundowner. An excellent representative of the Central American-Venezuelan repertoire: balanced and heftier than the P.R.-Cuban versions. Mild bouquet reminiscent of fine leather, vanilla and molasses. Easy on the palate and a smooth finish when sipped on the rocks or with a splash. I enjoy it with a dash of fresh lime or a few drops of Angostura hitters.