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another one I picked up in Puerto Rico. Was nice to find something I couldn't get in Colorado. It was enjoyable and drinkable, but I don't remember many specifics. Guess I'll have to go back and get another bottle
This is a little known rum from Puerto Rico but it is one of my favorites. It is a bit lighter in color that most other aged rums. Smooth and enjoyable, but lacks the complexity of others.
Suffers from what I call the PR syndrome. Highly hyped Puerto Rican rum that doesn't deliver. Typical at best for its class.
There is something I dislike here but can't put my finger on... A sort of artificial vanilla I normally associate with sweetened column still rums, which I didn't think this was. It's not terrible, but even at the low price, it tastes cheaper than it is. There are too many other mid range choices for me to recommend or return to this.
Great color, aroma, and flavor. Great drinking rum! Also it is a Great value, you will be hard press to find a better rum for the price!
Surprisingly nice. Smooth oak flavor. Nice for sipping lite in color.
This is one of those rums where you have to taste it twice to actually get the flavor. The first has a very stringent bite with a hint of vanilla that can put some people off...but after your tongue has been stimulated the flavors start coming together oakiness and toffee with a hint of woody just a little bit but overall not bad. As a sipper I can't recommend it to everyone especially with the aroma and that first sip but if you mix this with another rum with a little more body to it you can get something pretty good 👍
First of all I’m not a huge fan of Puerto Rican rums but have not tried it yet. Beautiful bottle with wired cap like champagne, so let’s give it a try. On the nose I can’t find hardly anything not even alcohol burn, but I just sampled Ten to One dark and 17. On the tongue neat mild brown sugar with a mild bananas foster linger. Light Amber color on ice it mellows even more. All in all it’s beyond my expectations and easy to drink little to no burn but not too complex
I was given this bottle. At first I assumed it was no good, but I was wrong. A classic PR rum. Subtle nose with some hints of burnt sugar, light bodied with offerings of oak on a clean, dry palette and a similarly dry finish. It’s a little heavy on alcohol for 80 proof, but all in all a nice rum. A nice representation of PR style of rum.
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Good rum 8 out of 10
Havent been in PR for a long time. Good rum at a mid-price range. Very smooth, and sweet. Good to drink neat, with a splash of water, or simply with an ice cube.