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Very good for the money. Nothing complicated, suitable for mixing or having just one or two shots straight. Good to give to drunk friends who want to have some rum after 10 beers or something and you really dont want to waste the more expensive stuff ;)
Surprisingly sweet for a near blanco. It has little color, but a lot off favor.
Smagte den til rom messe, ikke umiddelbart noget for mig
En rom med en god smag, men som også er meget skarp. En smule is gør den endnu bedre.
Enjoyed a glass of Ron Cubay Añejo Suave at La Bodequita del Medio in Ciudad de Mexico. Bottle is rather basic, but the label design is pretty nice. Color is light golden. Alcohol is very strong to the nose and palate. A lot of burn at the end, so mix it up for your own sanity.
It is a nice sipping rum, but for this sweetness there is sugar in it, i think
As mentioned rum Connaisseur, before you get what you pay. for beginners and drunken friends.
In the nose is nothing special, in the mouth sweetness and toffee, wood. and then not much more.
But for this price, a nice one!
Sampled the Ron Cubay selection at their stall at Rum Festival Cardiff on the weekend.
Traditional Cuban style golden rum aged 7 years (I guess it's trying to compete with the Havana Club Range). It's dark with strong molasses on the nose, theres leather and smoke too, and lots of sweet vanilla. It's sweet and spicy in the mouth and uyou can really taste that vanilla. Drinkable neat, better over ice, even better mixed with cola. Definite competition to Havana Club 7
The rum is nice and sweet, and does not have alot of alcohol taste, very well suited for beginners.
It's like looking a gift horse in the mouth! We know it's more than 3 but less than 7. Anejo is about five but the Cuban barmaid said suave as if it meant younger, but it might just be smoother! What the hell, it's a real nice Cuban rum!