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This rum is hard to find but if you are into trying good rums then this is one to try. It has a very nice character and I really loved it. Its a classic aged rum no strings attached no fakeness just good aged rum at a good price that is easily taken straight.
Picked this up on sale and was pleasantly surprised that it holds its own.
When drinking neat, alcohol burn throughout but in a good way. Spicy and dry on the tongue. On the rocks is where this one opens up. The ice really thins it out and brings out the sweetness a bit. Overall an ok rum.
Opened this up, took a whiff and was very pleasantly surprised. Potent oak and spice notes. Much more character than aged, non-pot still rums like Barbancourt 8 Year. Similar to Plantation Barbados 5 Year but without the brandy-barrel finish notes.
I’m not much of a sipper but I’d prefer this in my tiki cocktail over any similarly priced aged, column-still rum I can recall. Great value for the price ($21 for me).
Very pleasant and has the depth of flavour one would expect from this age, not amazing, but nothing to complain about either. Enough sweetness to be tasty sipped neat but definitely not OTT in that department. I don't think I would buy it again, I've had far better at this price, but it is a good honest Rum.
A very nice light rum goes with coke and lots of ice
just do not know how to say. It is some path. Looking for other way of rums. Taste is still more different then classic rums. It taste some industrial, no sweetens, you feel earth, metal, alcohol, a bit a fruitnse, karmel, and oak. It is not so bad rum, but still for ppl who are search own way of taste. not recommend for beginners
Ron Angostura 7 years in bottle of 70 cl, premium rum from Trinidad and Tobago with an intriguing touch of spice burned.
Not the best rum outside. Its drinkable but prefer other rum.
Drinkt lekker weg. Gezellig tijdens een spelletjesavond
Not bad. Just starting out. So a good starter rum. Had it on rocks. Took a bit to come in but after a bit was really smooth.
Just got this as a Christmas present. Will taste soon and come back soon with report.
Its quite neutral. Can't really think of something special or negative
I liked it. With some ice it is really good. Good price vs. taste.
So far, it is my favorite of the Angostura House (and I have tried the 1919 and the 1824). Dry and mellow burn. Dark chocolate notes.
Sweet Apple notes on the nose. Very dark cocoa, chocolate, tobacco notes on the tongue. Very rich. Absolutely delicious for me at least.
Delicious, one of my favorite Rums.
Perfect level of sweet, Nice long lasting taste.
Different from the 1919, I like this better.
Anxious to try the 1824 soon.
I bought this over a retailer in Switzerland for CHF 34.00 (USD and CHF are about equal at this time)
This was very disapointing...
My go to Rum (means: the cheapest Alcohol that I am able to enjoy... NEAT of course) is the Havana Club Especial. I order the Especial from the same retailer for CHF 26.00
The Angostura 7 is nowhere near from the taste and smell of the Havana Club Especial.
The nose is very flat: a little bit of wood and some cane sugar, nothing wrong but nothing pleasant for sure.
The taste is boring... quite alot of wood for a 7 year old and a little bit of cane sugar, very dry and a little bitter.
Finish is nearly inexisting... some wood, very dry, a little bitter, very little afterburn, which is the only thing that was better than the Havana Club Especial which have a little more afterburn...
Not worth the price at all.
I bought for the same price a bottle of Abuelo 7 (CHF 34.00) which is a premium rum...
instead of the rotating closure you get a cork closure.
Nose: intense, a little similar to the Zacapa 23 solera. A lot of molasse very sweet, a hint of wood but not dry and honey and vanilla in the back
Taste: smooth, pretty sweet, very harmonic. Very oily but not sirupy like HH Rise
Finish: not too long but very pleasant, honey, vanilla, oak. Not dry nor bitter. Very little afterburn...
Un rom tânăr dar plăcut.. Probabil în mix-uri e perfect pt banii ăștia..
It’s good and everything, but I feel like it could be so much better. Like they were really close but got one part of it wrong or cut one corner and ended up with average. Forgettable basically.
I could say that is a going well with coke, but man, for the price range you should find something else without coke
Final verdict: I will not buy it again
A good sweet rum, but lacking in depth.
The nose is soft and spicey, but doesn't reveal much mystery.
The flavor is pleasant, and a good sipper but quite dry. I would like to try some other Angosturas to see if they have more character. Still worth having on the shelf though, easily.
I finally got my hands on a bottle of this one from Angostura. All four of my Angosturas are rated at a 7, but by rankings the 1824 ranks 25th, their 1919 ranks 26th, this 7 Year ranks 54th, and their 5 Year ranks 69th. This is with 163 rums being reviewed.
If you like the unmistakable unique taste of Angostura rums, then go for whichever one of them your budget can afford. This one was $28. I personally think that their 1919 represents the best value and taste. This line of rums clearly falls into the Love Them Or Hate Them category.
N- Lush of promising nutmeg, spice tea, minted chocolate and exotic local fruits initially, but these compote of fine notes gone hiding after a few seconds, before reemerge and sways towards tobacco smokes in the middle, light whiff of rubber lurking, earthy, toffee and tannic of coffee with classic banana. Well integrated, playful and fragrant without being flabby. (21/25)
P- Ripened sweet fruits coated with butter and bitter caramel, butterscotch, waxy, spices and burns charred nuances. Medium body, balanced, round and velvet. (20/25)
F- Medium, nutty, waxy and chewy with restrained spiciness and sweetness. (19/25)
Weighted Rate:- 80pt
— at The Rum Bar KL.