Thanks so much for submitting a report. It has been emailed to the Rum Captain and will be actioned shortly.
Enjoyed a mini bottle of Malteco Selección 1987. Large bottle and label design are just okay but nothing special. Deep mahogany color. Super smooth dried fruits, spices and plenty of nuttiness to the nose and palate when neat sipped. Absolutely subliminal exit. Easily earns a solid 10.
Smooth as butter. Forever lasting taste, nice and warm body.
Somewhere between Single Cane, Zacapa 23 and Danish Navy rums. Smooth as hell, but with a light bite. The perfect amount of sweet. Interesting notes. Lightly citrusy?
Akurat bar, Stockholm, 2019
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It has nice color, it is semi-sweet, alcoholic, not as balanced as I expected for it´s price. You can find same quality or better for half the price.
Good Rum, but very much oak, too much for me! Not for my collection
Smoothe warm taste medium dark. Just love it! The price is okay.
This is a fabulous rum for my 250th rum review. Has a very nice sweet molasses flavor, with a beautiful spice, and a touch of oak, bourbon, and vanilla. Very smooth.
This is an exceptional rum, easily deserving of a 10.
- Color : Dark Amber
- Nose : Spices with litlle hints of oak ( aged at least 28y in ok barrels )
- Palate : Smokey, chocolate and vanilla
- Finish : never-ending ( :-D ) with nice spices and hints of dried fruits.
I have discovered this one in a fest in october 2016 and since then a bottle has appeared in my shelve !
Nice and dark, this rum is the darkest that I tasted so far. The taste is a bit raw but the aftertaste buys it all.
Nice dark amber color with exotic spices and a hint of oak. The palate is complex with vanilla, chocolate and slightly smoky. A long finish with notes of spices and dried fruit. Beautiful rum aged +-30 years in bourbon cask. One of my favorite traditional rum and the best discovery from Belgium Rum Fest with Bielle 2002 & A 1710 Nuée Ardente.