Thanks so much for submitting a report. It has been emailed to the Rum Captain and will be actioned shortly.
Little bit harsh and artificial taste. Not good as a sipper, maybe with a coke...
Enjoyed a bottle of Gold Tanduay Rum while vacationing in Sedona AZ. Boring bottle and label design. Golden color. Vanilla extract, butterscotch, pure alcohol, mild cocoa and plenty of oak to the nose and palate when neat sipped. Surprisingly strong burn at end. Not my cup of tea.
Au nez, on sent la cerise noire. Il est doux et au gout, on perçoit la vanille et la cerise. Il est différent de tous ce que j'ai déjà goûté. Ce n' est pas dans mes favoris, Il me fait penser au Dzama.
Complex array of different notes going on here. From butterscotch to vanilla to cocoa. Dried fruit, tea, oak, tobacco and sandlewood. Does have some alcohol burn in the back of the throats which is fine in my book.
I like sipping this neat but mixed and this rum will hold its own as well.
Smooth rum that mixes well with juice or cola. Price point is good for a mixing rum.
I had read about the Tanduay brand online and thought it interesting. Surprisingly I found it in a liquor store in tiny Eastpoint, Florida so I got a bottle. It is definitely not like the Caribbean rums that I am learning more about. Its flavor is heavy on a caramel and has a strong burn. Could be used for some neat or on the rock but works better for me in sweet mixed drinks. A bit off in flavor for my personal tastes.