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Captain Morgan Spiced Rum is made by combining yeasts, molasses, water and mash, which are then distilled in a continuous still. The rum is aged for up to 1 year followed by the addition of spices and flavors indigenous to the Caribbean Islands.
Captain Morgan Spiced is owned by Diageo and produced in Puerto Rico by the famous Destilieria Serralles, Inc. The company Captain Morgan is named after the 17th-century Welsh privateer of the Caribbean, Sir Henry Morgan was an admiral in the Royal British Navy who earned a knighthood in 1674.
This has a pleasant vanilla, honey, and marshmallow smell and taste to it, albeit it seems to lack a solid core rum flavor (maybe I've gotten too used to aged rums). Quite easy drinking and smooth at only 35%, but again, it seems to lack a core rum flavor and is somewhat artificial tasting.
Maybe the best of the mid-priced Captain Morgan selection. It's mild and full of caramel/vanilla tones. Easy drinking.
i absolutly love this in a tall glass with ice and coke
I might be the only one on this site that likes this rum LOL. But like the band Winger it gets a bad name just because its freaking awesome and commercially successful. (ok im getting a little carried away but Kip Winger did win a grammy). Its my go to with diet coke. I can enjoy an adult drink without 200 plus calories. Its sweet and the spice works for me. VERY drinkable and affordable. Smooth with no off flavors on the alcohol side of things. It is a manufactured flavor not a crafted flavor. Its Britney Spears Auto-tuned not Aretha Franklin. So, mix it up and show just a little R.E.S.P.E.C.T, its not "Toxic" like many others would want you to believe.
A gateway rum that may entice you to test the waters of the rum world. Too sweet for me now but lead me to begin exploring rums.
Works well as a mixer with coke. I like to add a splash of vanilla rum to tone it back a little. Im more of a fan of the sweeter profile rums.
Having enjoyed Captain Morgan rums for decades, they remain a standard part of my rum cabinet.
Absolutely not a sipping rum, but mixed with ginger ale, in cocktails or other mixers, Captain Morgan Spiced rum adds a solid, tasty, noticeable rum element to those drinks, and at the price you can pick a bottle up for, it's a worthwhile addition to your cabinet.
Suggest tasting alongside Baron Samedi for a similar price.
its ok depends on the mixer not nice by itself
i tried it solo with lemonade diet coke
dr pepper but the best mixer with this drink was diet dr pepper
only by if on offer other wise not worth it
Only ever to be drunk with copious amounts of cola, this vanilla sugar mixture is more than palatable.
Rough as .... don’t drink it unless you’re skint !!!!!
You can find this at every single bar - it won't knock your socks off, but you can't go wrong with it. Not one to buy on your own time, but dependable.
Classic Morgan Spiced Ron. I would prefer it for drink it with a cola.
One of worst commercial trashes. No matter if you buy spiced, dark, white or whichever you pick. Its all the same, and all the same bad.
Basically to me it is the smoothness, the spices, and the after taste that I enjoy so well. I can drink it as a stand alone, or with a Coke as well.
Można mówić o nim źle i dobrze, według mnie cena tego trunku odwzorowuje jego jakość. 50-60 pln za butelke dobrze nadaje się na imprezowy trunek do drinków. Do picia solo nie polecam
Great starter rum for the spiced crowd !!....I have ENJOYED many a bottle of this rum ...with cola .....never neat....why, I don’t know ....tastes better being mixed .....have graduated to the Captain Morgan BOLD .....
The Captain and I ....have had a great relationship over the years....LOVE it when it goes on sale !!
As I prefer my rums neat, my rating reflects such. This is certainly not a sipping rum. However, a very classic rum and coke! Love the vanilla spiced flavor mixed with cola and ice - a classic!
The company Captain Morgan is named after the 17th-century Welsh privateer of the Caribbean, Sir Henry Morgan was an admiral in the Royal British Navy who earned a knighthood in 1674.
Sorry, but this is the only „rum“ you can really make a good cubalibre with. A lot of people will hate me now, go ahead😎
The commercial for this rum is much better than this rum itself.
This is most people's entry to the world of spiced rum, but is unfortunately only popular due to its low price point and wide availability.
To its credit, Morgan's Spiced does match well with coke, if you don't mind the overpowering vanilla flavour. Ginger beer/ale is not such a good combination though, which is not something I should need to say about any rum.
I only order this, always with coke, when I'm stuck at a bar that has nothing better.
If you like vanilla this is for you other than that it's bland and incipid. If you like mixing it with other stuff it'll probably be ok.
Only worth drinking for drinking's sake. Not a tasty rum, but comes with the advantage of getting you too drunk to care. Unfortunately, (or fortunately, if you prefer) this is not a feature that sets it apart from other rums.
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