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This one requires some mix for me (splash of ginger ale). Great aroma, but a bit of a bite on its own going down.
Caramel and sugarcane. Florals and a touch of oak. Kind of potpourri. Golden pour. Pleasant.
Sligtly better mouthfeel than Cacique Anejo, with similar traits, more or less the same price, chocolate, nuts and wood in the smell, same goes with the taste, which is on the sweet side and mildly spicy. The aftertaste is mild, with a kind of a sweet mouthfeel which signals some sugar has been added I guess, but not much. Overall it is a good value for money, I can sip this one and it works mixed with coke well.
A simple rum but on a decent price.
Taste like a young rum, nothing bad about it but nothing special too.
Better for mixing rather than sipping.
A quite woody smell, in the background a soft touch of caramel.
The taste is a little bit sweet, light alcoholic burn, weak bitter during the finish.
on retrouve bien le caractère du rhum vénézuélien. le côté plus ethylé et les épices mais il reste très agréable en bouche.
I ended up buying a bottle when I couldn't find my go-to mixer rum in the supermarket. I was really surprised by how well this mixes with coke. Currently my new go-to for coke mixing.
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