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Bacardi describes this as being "the original, mixable light-bodied, premium aged rum. Read more. Aroma: Coffee, chocolate, mocha nose with eucalyptus and a touch of cinnamon spice.
Taste: Mild coffee notes continue on the earthy medium bodied palate with cacao and warm spice - cinnamon and nutmeg. Aftertaste: Oaky liquorice and black pepper emerge in the finish.
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The Bacardi family moved important trademarks out of Cuba, and using a Bacardi owned plant built in Puerto Rico, were able to continue to build their company.
Bacardi is now the largest family owned spirits company in the world. The Bacardi Anejo Rum is produced using column still distillation and oak barrel aging.
This charcoal filtration helps to blunt some of the harsh flavour characteristics of a young rum giving it a smoother taste profile and less astringency.
A nice picture of the ml Bacardi Anejo Rum is shown to the left. The bottle is a typical long-necked tall bottle which is a favourite of bartenders as this configuration holds true to the mantra of the bar.
The label is simple and the presentation is perhaps a bit understated, Obviously Bacardi feels that their name alone is enough to sell the liquid inside the bottle.
The only real disappointment with the bottle is the flimsy screw cap and the plastic diffuser in the top of the neck.
Diffusers annoy me as they seem to prevent me from getting the rum out of the bottle as fast as I would like when mixing cocktails for friends.
The rum has a nice light copper colour in the glass with initial notes of butterscotch and sandal wood spice rising into the air. Some websites state it has rum aged up to 6 years old.
It is presented in what was the familiar Bacardi style of the nineties and for much of this century, until the recent re-branding.
The opaque bottle hides the colour of the liquid it has a plastic screw cap and there is a diffuser in the neck of the bottle.
In glass we have a fairly light brown spriit. A shade or two darker than straw but not quite dark enough to refer to as golden brown.
The nose is very light. It has a weird grainy, mineral like taste. This one however lacks some of the sweeter buttery notes that were found in the Anejo Cuatro or the Ocho released over the past couple of years.
There is some light oak spices and some gentle alcohol notes. Young alcohol, nothing more really of note, unfortunately. Sipped, it just tastes like a watery version of the Anejo Cuatro.
Some shortbread and a touch of tobacco mingle alongside each other.