Released in autumn 2011, Bacardi Oakheart is a spiced rum-based spirit and is so-called because some of the rums are matured in ex-bourbon oak casks. Notes of brown sugar, honey and burnt vanilla custard with a short, lightly cinnamony finish.
Captain Morgan ® Black rum has serious depth of flavour, recalling the navy “rum rations” which went down so well with sailors, swashbuckling adventurers and connoisseurs alike. It is a blend of pot and continuous still rums from Jamaica, Guyana & Barbados and is aged in oak and has a dark, full-bodied colour and distinctive rich taste that are unmistakable. Try using Captain Morgan Black with ginger ale for a true taste of the Caribbean.
Smooth and medium bodied, Captain Morgan Original Spiced is a spirit drink based on a secret blend of Caribbean rums, mellow spice and other natural flavours. It gets its distinct richness and amber colour from aging the rum in charred white oak barrels. Captain Morgan Original Spiced is the perfect mix with Cola – the secret recipe of spices blend with the Cola to make a legendary mix!
Havana Club 3 años’ light straw colour makes it quite clear: this rum is more than just a spirit. The 3 years ageing process saw the nectar soak up the surrounding climate, atmosphere, optimism and passion… This is what gave the rum its typically Cuban aromas: notes of vanilla, caramelised pear, banana and hints of smoked oak will tickle your nose, while smokey chocolate and vanilla notes will stroke your palate. These flavours are a perfect match for the freshness of mint, sugar and lime: everything you need for an authentic Cuban mojito. The taste of an irresistible true, refreshing, perfectly balanced mojito made with HC3 will take you straight to the streets of Havana and let you express your very own brand of Cuban spontaneity.
So what does Havana Club Añejo 7 Años taste like? It’s a simple answer: just like a fine wine, it’s the taste of the cuban terroir that comes through, from the world famous cuban tobacco, to the rich and sweet fruits of a Cuban garden to spices and vanilla flavour brought by long ageing. And you can even taste the raw material used to make the rum: Cuban sugarcane. Coat the sides of the glass with the rum, then shake it off to discard the last drops, leave it to dry and then, after 20 minutes, smell. Only a a great rum leaves off aromas in a glass for a such a long time
Do you want to discover the unique taste of double ageing in Cuba? Havana Club Especial’s golden colour announces the rich and round taste of the rum. The woodiness coming through on the nose unveils spices, orange and floral notes that are due to the second finish in young oak barrels. It’s so round and creamy, with notes of vanilla and caramel, hints of tobacco, cinnamon and orange peel that it’s a delight for your palate.