Thanks so much for submitting a report. It has been emailed to the Rum Captain and will be actioned shortly.
The only place I have found this rum was in Europe; well, actually, someone brought it back for me to try. Its a pretty cool white rum as it spends some time aging in oak making it a much smoother product than you would expect. Slightly ivory in colour it has a citrus finish and an authentic 'oily-rummy' texture... that's a good thing in my books... that really shines through in a mixed cocktail, something fruity preferably, as it gives an authentic Cuban flair that still tastes like rum and not grain alcohol (read vodka). Some confusion remains between this rum and Legendario Añejo Blanco... side by side I can only see a slight colour difference... and sip to sip I detect no difference.
Last drink for tonight was a Legendario Carta Blanca Superior. Nice bottle and label design. Quite strong alcohol to the nose and palate if neat sipped but still has a citrus flavor to it. Mixes rather well with your favorite soda drinks.