Centenario Anejo Especial rum

Centenario Anejo Especial

Costa Rica | Aged

Centenario Anejo Especial is a premium rum produced by Ron Centenario in Costa Rica. It is made from sugar cane juice and aged for 7 years in American oak barrels using the Solera aging method. The product has an ABV of 40% and is a deep amber color. Ron Centenario has been producing rum since 1961 and is located in the city of Liberia in Costa Rica.

14 ratings
Tasty, but not quite great

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Weiny 🇨🇿 | 53 ratings
Posted 12 months ago

So I don't like this very much. 20y for more than double is my favorite rum, I like it more than 25y, but I'm going to have a problem finishing this. But it was to be expected.

Tohle mi tedy moc nechutná. 20y za víc jak dvojnásobek je můj nejoblíbenější rum, chutná mi snad víc jak 25y, ale tohle budu mít problém dopít. Ale dalo se čekat. 7 let je málo.

Joola69 🇺🇸 | 3002 ratings
Posted over 4 years ago

Enjoyed a bottle of Ron Centenario Añejo Especial while vacationing in Costa Rica. Unique bottle and label design, definitely stands out. Light brown color. Strong woodiness and plenty of vanilla to the nose and palate. This is a very dry rum, so better mix it up. Whisky lovers can add 2 points.

Michael Loggies 🇳🇱 | 52 ratings
Posted over 5 years ago

Never heard of this rum, but was surprisingly nice.

Tom 🇺🇸 | 230 ratings
Posted over 5 years ago

Not a rum that makes you scream for more or makes you want to use it like paint thinner to remove paint from your bathroom wall. It has some nice flavors going on though not much complexity per say. Vanilla and caramel, some dried fruitiness with a hint of spice and astringent.
Makes a better mixer than sipper but don't be dissuaded from trying it neat or with an ice cube to bring out other flavors in the rum.

Earl Elliott 🇨🇦 | 222 ratings
Posted 6 years ago

Sugar 16 to 20 GPL.
At first sniff I detected some petroleum, and this is going to be harsh but I was surprised. A semi sweet rum with a noticeable taste of honey and vanilla in it. Very smooth with no harshness and a nice warm finish. Other than the honey and vanilla taste, it doesn't have much of a taste profile. Overall it is a pleasant tasting rum that you could mix of sip with no problems. It is "Rum Lite" when compared to the aged Ron Centenario products, but still a good rum at a reasonable price.

Johnny 🇺🇸 | 5 ratings
Posted 6 years ago

There is nothing smoother then this rum. I recommend everyone to get this. I bought it in Costa Rica for $45. It goes great with come.

Jan Staněk 🇨🇿 | 121 ratings
Posted over 6 years ago

I would say it is quite good. No bad smell or taste. In this price category very good. If you are looking for something cheap, try this one. But dont expect much.

Richard 🇸🇰 | 17 ratings
Posted over 6 years ago

A pretty decent rum for its price. I'd almost say a bargain. A nice Christmas present I guess.

jsanca 🇺🇸 | 57 ratings
Posted 7 years ago

Before the new labels, this was the only one centenario rum in market; I think it is the same of 5 years.

In general a good mixing with coke.

N Bishop 🇺🇸 | 18 ratings
Posted 7 years ago

It' s been a few years since I tried this rum but as I recall it was a really good sipping rum. Smells fantastic and really hits the spot on a cold winter night. I received this as a gift so I have no idea how much it costs. I try to rate based on the price, it's not fair to compare a $100 rum to a $20 rum, so take this rating with a grain of salt. I've had similar rums in the $35-50 range.