Unless you have a taste for solvents I would avoid this stuff.
Notes: Most of our notes on Bacardi can be found here. Other Bacardi flavored rums are: Big Apple, Limón, Coconut, Dragonberry, Grand Melon, Peach, Razz, and Mojito in the flavored line. Not to mention various premixed and ready to drink concoctions – some of which actually contain rum, others a malt alcohol, or none at all depending on the product or in some cases, country.
Appearance: Clear, no sediment whatsoever. On swirling, it leaves a thin, but tenacious clear coat on the inside of the glass, then develops legs and some droplets on the edge line.
First Impression: Some sort of chemicals they are rying to pass off as orange, with some orange oil thrown in.
Taste: Orange scented cleaner some citrus equivalent, and not much else. Slighly thick and clinging entry – Filthy tasting stuff – the taste of which clings like to you and makes you wonder if you drank some orange flavored floor or furniture plolish instead of a flavored rum.
Drinks: Ugh. . . I’d rather drink the contents of a spittoon than even try to mix this stuff. Won’t waste any other ingredients trying to make any kind of drink with this.
Cigars: Swisher Sweets.
Bottle: Clear glass with silkscreened graphics and a screwcap .
Final Thoughts: As I stated before – tastes more like a industrial polish than something you could even mistake for a flavored rum Not a serious rum or something for a serious drinker. Unless you have a taste for solvents I would avoid this stuff.
Web site: http://www.bacardi.com