EL DORADO Rum 15 Years 70 cl / 43 % Guyana
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EL Dorado Rum 15 Years 70cl / 43% Guyana Award for the fourth consecutive year as the world's best rum, it convinces with its balanced character. He smells of ripe fruit, bananas and nuts, as well as bergamot and hessian sack. His...
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EL Dorado Rum 15 Years 70cl / 43% Guyana
Award for the fourth consecutive year as the world's best rum, it convinces with its balanced character. He smells of ripe fruit, bananas and nuts, as well as bergamot and hessian sack. His beautifully integrated oak tones and aromas of cocoa, chocolate and vanilla, combined with a peppery spicy touch convince the palate, rounded with a long, soft, warm persistent finish.
If there is a rum-rounder of the well can anyone introduce optimally to the topic of rum, it is 15 years undoubtedly El Dorado Rum. This arises as a blend of rums from the former stills from Enmore, the. Coffey stills from the Diamond Distillery, from the Port Mourant Double Wooden Pot Still and from the Versailles Single Wooden Pot Still After blending El Dorado rum aged in old bourbon whiskey barrels for at least 15 years. The mouthfeel of El Dorado Rum 15 years silky, impressive full-bodied, extremely complex and all along the line.
Guyana, located in South America with borders with Brazil, Suriname and Venezuela has a direct connection to the Atlantic Ocean and can look back on a long tradition of rum production. Once home to a small country up to 300 distilleries, which emerged as a byproduct of sugar production and produced mainly for the respective colonizers Rum. Rum was formerly used for the sterilization of drinking water on the ships and was also served to the sailors to uphold morality. Rum has become therefore an important part of maritime culture. Demerara Rum has always been considered excellent because of its heavy, complex character. July 31, 1970, the so-called Black Tot Day was the last day was served at the Rum aboard British ships and thus was sealed due to the removal of a major customer for the fate of most rum distilleries. The last remaining distilleries closed gradually its gates and joined finally to the Demerara Distillers together. While the old pot used by Demerara Distillers Stills and Continuous Stills have almost museum character, make it possible to produce a variety of different styles of rum and thus to keep the myth of the Guyanese rum alive however.
|Alkoholgehalt in %:||43 %|
|Altersfreigabe:||Spirituose ab 18 Jahren|