Distilled on the estate in copper pot stills (of a shape/design particular to Jamaica) then aged in oak casks for 12 years (which is a long time for a rum!).
A blend of over 20 aged rums that are distilled on the estate in copper pot stills .
This rum is hand blended from a range of ages( 5-10 years) to achieve the color and taste profile. A decent, solid rum.
A decent rum for the money, especially for the price/class.
If I could I would replace my blood with this.
May have to settle for one of the spirits I would have as my last taste on earth if I could plan such things.
Aged in a Solera system to age for upwards of 15 to 25 years.
A decent amaro, fairly rare and unknown in the U.S.
While better than a number of Bacardi’s rums around this price point, the “Havana Club” Añejo Blanco is ultimately disappointing.
Unless you have a taste for solvents I would avoid this stuff.
More manly sounding but tastes like a fake strawberry rum.
Think watermelon gummi bears or lifesavers dissolved in cheap rum .
Actually fairly mild, decently done, and not overly spiced.
Kiddie candy chemical raspberry is a kind description
The top selling rum in the world- or so they would like everyone to believe.
Excellent value for a blanco reserve rum at this price
Higher proof than Captain Morgan or Admiral Nelson and better tasting
A excellent value in an aged white rum.
Nicely done aged white rum – another excellent rum form Serralles.
A glorious liquid history both past and present.
A lovely 12 year old that is complex and not too sweet.
Blend of Bajan rum aged in oak barrels. Cheap but good,great mixing rum
Very mild, pleasant enough but rather low proof and a touch too understated.
Might make a interesting alternative to a gin in the right drink.
Think of this as a gateway rum to get your friends started down the path
Not your average Blanco to put it mildly.
Distilled in copper pot stills then aged in oak casks and bottled at 4 years of age.
Distilled in copper pot stills, then aged in oak casks and bottled at 8 years of age.
Distilled in copper pot stills, then aged in oak casks and bottled at 12 years of age.
Pricey but a lot of quality for the price.
If only all 18 year olds were as complex, subtle, and lovely as this one….