Original rum from de la Palma of Canary Islands. After ageing 22 years in barrels, the taste is naturally very smooth. It's not sweet at all. Reminds me a bit of 1931 from St. Lucia. I recommend it for celebrating special occasions - likely being a once-in-a-lifetime experience. (We had the bottle numbered 2444 of 3428.)
Distilled in 1993 version
13 Mar '17
This one smells and taste fruity and I definitely like rums that taste fruity yet don't have that Merlot taste to it. It reminds me of some of those Panamanian rums I like so much.
The bottle says it's aged 22 years and you can tell; it is as smooth as anything. I only hope they haven't loaded it with extra sugars!