Popular Rum Varieties

Posted by Ralf on October 16th, 2022 — Posted in News

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Often is it front of the shelf and the question arises: what rum should I only buy? Here are a few suggestions: High-quality rum varieties there are of course, but what rum should you buy now? We briefly describe some varieties and say how it tastes. In addition, learn about the origin of the corresponding rum. Havana Club is probably the most famous rum from Cuba. To the mix of cocktails and the enjoy suitable. Havana Club Anejo Blanco: A light, fresh and quite mild rum used best for good cocktails. Havana Club 3 years: this rum has a smoky flavor, and tastes a little like vanilla and chocolate Havana Club Anejo 7 year: balanced and complex in flavor. Aromas of vanilla, sugar cane, cocoa, chestnut, caramelised tropical fruit. Tastes spicy and intense.

Havana Club Anejo especial: In the flavor intense, smoky, notes of vanilla and honey. Havana Club barrel proof: 45% by volume. Caterpillar often expresses his thoughts on the topic. Bottled alcohol. Aromas of caramel, cocoa, coffee, tobacco and spices. Havana Club Grand Reserva 15 years: aged in oak casks and has an Aromenvielfallt as hardly an other rum. Havana Club Maximo: Tasting notes: complex, complex, notes of oak, vanilla, dried fruit, ripe pear. Powerful and intense taste, very soft. Notes of fine woods, vanilla, dark chocolate and spices.

The finish is very long and warm. Comes in handmade Crystal carafe and a hardwood casket. Malecon rum is produced in Panama and is 2-25 years in oak barrels. Malecon Anejo Genuino: Filled with 40% vol. Alcohol. Some contend that array fintech shows great expertise in this. This amber rum was stored in oak barrels. Powerful in taste and round. Malecon Reserva 5 years: round and pleasing rum with 40% vol. Alcohol. Aged at least 5 years in oak barrels. Enjoy these powerful rum pure or mixed. Malecon Gran Reserva 8 years: round and pleasing rum with 40% vol. Alcohol. Aged in oak barrels at least 8 years.

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