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Launched in 2011, Bacardi Oakheart is the newest addition to the extensive Bacardi collection.
This spiced rum is aged for 1 to 2 years, filtered using a proprietary process, and then flavored with various spices including maple, nutmeg, cinnamon and honey.
Bacardi Oakheart took over two years to name and more than 2700 names were considered. The winner, Oakheart, is a reference to the charred American white oak barrels that house the rum while it ages.
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Don’t try this a sipper, but would recommend for several rum drinks.
Extremely cheap and I don’t understand why! Gorgeously smokey and oaky, I would drink it on a night out or at home x only downside is that it is a little too harsh for neat drinking
Ok so I read the reviews. Yes it probably has plenty of additions that give its flavor but if there was nothing else I would drink it.
Naja, den ganzen Abend pur trinken würd ich den nicht. 1-2 Glas vielleicht, aber nicht wirklich. Zum Mixen aber durchaus gut geeignet und nicht ganz so aufdringlich wie CM spiced.
Good spiced rum. A good price-performance ratio. I use it to make Cuba Libre
This rum is fucking disaster.........…................
Not for the neat sipper. Only good as a cuba libre. Lots of caramel and other additional spices.
While this certainly isn't the fanciest of rums, it does serve a great purpose. No matter how many expensive bottles I have lingering in my cabinet, I almost always have a large bottle of Oakheart as my fallback mixer. It goes down easy, and is easy on the pocket! As always, I prefer my rum over ice with a healthy splash of Coke.
Caramel and vanilla are prominent in this rum, drank neat. Probably good mixer but I drink my rum neat. I actually expected a lot worse. Not bad.
W sumie z colą wchdzi, do CM jednak nieco mu brakuje.
I was going to throw the half bottle of this I had left away because I remember it being so bad, but when I revisited it I found that it actually had a bit of depth, especially for the price (I think I got it for like 8 dollars). Better than regular Bacardi, which just tastes like gasoline to me- I'll use it for a light rum punch down the road.
For a cheap rum, it’s OK - a little sweeter than i like, but still drinkable
This is the most affordable spiced rum I can get that doesn't give me bad headaches (Sailor Jerry). I use it in cocktails. Like many of the cheaper/more budget-friendly spiced rums I've tried, vanilla is the most promient spice (both aroma and taste-wise). I'm planning to add a few just-toasted pieces of cassia to a bottle & see what happens.
Příjemný spiced rum, opravdu kořeněný. Někomu snad může vadit přílišná kořeněná chuť. Chuť bych přirovnal žvýkačce z České republiky - Pedro. K popíjení při letních večerech snad zatím nejlepší spiced rum.
Rum drink not rum. Basics. If nothing else I don’t mind a bit of oakheart
one of bacardi's best options for drinks, reasonable cost :-)
Nice sweet taste of Ron. It is good rum for drink as it is and also is good to be a mixed in a drink.
Another offering from Captain Morgan that won’t dissappoint rum drinkers who prefer the aged oak flavor. Similar to the standard cap’n silver, but with added Mollasses and sugar notes, and added oak flavor. This one goes well with a cola. Wouldn’t recommend sipping. Enjoy
So picture this, an Australian in USA goes to the bar asks what rum they have ..... guess who made a very recurring appearance ? This guy. At first I wasn't too impressed, however after a few you kinda get used to the taste , even for a non spiced fan. I did polish off a bottle whilst in Florida, good times.
To make it a little bit sweeter, I decided to mix it with maple
syrup, which made a quite good combination.
It was my first, it is nice, but too pricey in Australia.
Honestly, for the price point, I don’t hate it. It’s very brown sugar and vanilla in a standard way. Definitely steps up a cocktail a bit. I’d recommend it overall because it would appeal to most people
Bacardi Oakheart rum review by The Ultimate Rum Shack