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Brugal anejo rum

Brugal Anejo rum is a blend of rums aged 3 to 5 years in used American white Oak barrels that previously held whiskey and bourbon.

The rum is produced in the Dominican Republic by Brugal & Co., a company that was founded in the late 1800s by the Spaniard Andrés Brugal Montaner. Today, the Brugal rum company remains largely in the control of Montaner's direct descendants.

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This is a solid rum, preferably for drinks that require a dynamite rum that can "show through". This rum gives you the sense of a fine Caribbean rum, but doesn't quite have the age required to bring it to the levels of the island sippers.

Very classic Caribbean rum with the usual flavours

For the money not to shabby and not overly sweet. Neat it's slightly neutral with clean light oak supplemented by subtle vanilla and caramel without being edgy, but it's obviously meant for mixing. Makes for a good cheap cocktail base.

I highly recommend this bottle. For straight shots its great, also its amazing with coke if straight up is not your thing. All around one of my favorites always have a few bottles on deck. Can't beat the price point for the quality around here.

Nice, warming (but no burn), oak tastes. Drank this neat on a night out when there wasn't much else behind the bar, perfectly acceptable rum

Found this in South Korea (land of no rum) and was excited to try something new. I will forever remember the taste of this... Plasticy.

rougher, little woody, price-quality ratio is good, sweetish flavor changing bitterness

Was expecting something dry.. but this is sweet and full of fruit great as a sipper or with coke... will keep a bottle around and looking forward to trying other Brugal rums

Enjoyable. Good choice for a standard rum 'n coke. Slightly harsh.

very good sipper, not sweet as Matusalem Extra Anejo

Not the easiest of rum tastes, but awarding in the aftertaste

Rien de remarquable. Pas complètement dégueulasse, mais mieux vaut l'éviter. La meilleure utilisation que je lui ai trouvé fut de cuisiner avec.

Nothing remarkable. Not completely disgusting, but better to avoid it. The best use I found was to cook with.

Even when used in a long drink (Coke, Ginger Beer) this Rum remains harsh on the palete. Can't recommend it I'm afraid

Took the tour in pourto plata not impresed buy the tour rush you through to buy ... now to the rum drcent aroma decent body best fo mixing with cola or fruity drinks

A solid rum with no surprises. For special events I certainly take another one.

This is an expensive rum and the taste confirms it. Really its an ok rum, better than the other cheap rums. My dad bought a 1L bottle so we wont waste it. I think it make a pretty good Mai Tai or Rum Punch.

Descent mixer, not enough character to stand alone but definitely a great addition to any cocktail.

Bien ajouter dessus de havana club et diplomatico. Ce rhum se démarque de ses concurrents

When there is a cocktail recipe that calls for Gold rum, i always use Brugal Anejo.
It places between the other cocktail gold rums and the reserves like Brugal XV, Havana 7, Bacardi 8.
Also in a bar/pub, using Brugal for mixology usually means attention on the bottle choice.
Better spirit makes a better cocktail.

Simplu, un rom clasic dominican fără pretenții. Probabil bun pentru mix-uri sau cu cola având în vedere prețul.

I really expected more from this rum, the taste is fade and there is not a real follow up in the aftertaste, it lacks fullness and persistance.


Not a bad taste, just not much of it. Would be fine in a mixed drink.

Lekkere smaak .......................................

Smells like oak without the taste. Tastes sweet but bitter also. Good enough to come back to. The price is cheap enough.