A.F.D. Ron Barceló Imperial Premium 30 <30yr 43%
Introducing the Ron Barceló Imperial Premium 30, a Dominican Republic rum produced at the Alcoholes Finos Dominicanos distillery. Distilled from molasses with a Column Still and aged for up to 30 years, this smooth rum boasts an ABV of 43%. With an inviting woody, caramel, dried fruit, and fruity scent, users find this rum pleasantly elegant on the nose. On the palate, it offers a delightful range of notes, including wood, caramel, dried fruit, and a hint of sweetness. Highly recommended for both beginners and seasoned rum enthusiasts, it's an accessible and well-rounded rum appreciated for its complexity, balance, and great value. An excellent choice for any occasion.
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How does this rum taste?
A rich and complex rum with an elegant mix of vanilla, caramel, and oak. Some found it too sweet and lacking for its age, while others enjoyed its smoothness and balance. A decent choice with a surprisingly long finish.
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