Has all the elements of good light cuban rum: fruitiness, some grassiness, sugar cane syrup and light alcohol kick.
Lacks some of the oakiness of havana club 3 but overall very good value mixer.
I got to taste this once and it was a while ago but what i remember from tasting this rum:
Very dry compared to most popular sippers.
Sharp ,aromas of leather, tobacco caramel and raisins and strong quite bitter oakiness, with a lot of heat.
Decent honest sipper without a load of added sugar.
Is slightly bitter for my taste but overall very enjoyable.
Also bit overpriced in my opinion.
Ron Carlos Silver Rum nose is aromas of ethanol, citrus, with a hint of vanilla. The entry is warm with a palate of cream, sugar and citrus. The finish is oak, citrus and sugar. Ron Carlos Silver Rum is great mixer and good straight. It makes an excellent daiquiri. Great Silver rum value from Puerto Rico.
Been couple years since i drank this but dont remember anything special about it. Very forgettable dark mixer rum with some bajan element, quite dry and quite harsh.
This was the first agricole rum i tasted.
On the nose floral, citrusy, fruity
On the palate all that with slightly harsh alcoholic taste and some acidic grassiness.
Finishes quite short and dry.
Not preferably for sipping but goes down ok when its chilled, but as a mixer its very good stuff.
Sweet yet you get that horrible aftertaste full of artificial sweeteners. So much added sugar in it... There are tons of better choices. Not really a good choice. A sugar web, that catches rum beginners.