Angostura 1919 Rum (8 Year Old)

Angostura 1919 Rum (8 Year Old)

(0.75l, 40%)


8.7/10
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The Caribbean island of Trinidad and Tobago is home to the Angostura Distillery, one of the most famous Rum producers in the country. The company can trace its origins back to German Dr Siegert, who was working for Simon Bolivar’s army at the time. He soon left the army in pursuit of the noble craft of creating bitters, something that the company still does to this day. The company began producing Rum in the early 1900s and has been successfully doing so ever since. 
 
Made from a blend of Rums aged eight years and matured in Bourbon casks, this is a brilliant expression from Angostura’s range. The Rum is characteristically sweet and takes on some vanilla features from the barrel. It is a combination of both light and dark molasses based Rums, an aspect that can be experience in the saccharine sweet flavours. The Angstura 1919 is a really great example of the high quality range of Rums on offer from this Carribbean distillery.
 

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vanilla
tangy
oak
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Tasting Notes

Appearance / Colour
Pale Gold
 
Smell / Nose / Aroma
Vanilla oak, caramel and molasses sweetness, with a hint of spices
 
Flavour / Taste / Palate
The wood of the barrels comes through, with a tangy sweetness that is very creamy and smooth
 
Finish
Caramel sweetness holds out and creates a perfect end to a very fine Rum
Ratings & Reviews
Dan
Dan,
I was not impressed. This is rough around the edges. Not a sipping rum.
 
David
David,
The caramel sweetness hits the nose like a freight-train, The caramel rolls over the tongue with a slight taste of oak, A full feel of the liquid towards an almost syrupy or buttery texture, the sweet caramel rounds of very nice and leaves me wanting another zip,
 
guest
guest,
My favorite rum. Not delicious and not too expensive. You definitely taste the vanilla, caramel, and oak notes. It is on the sweeter side. Rum old fashioned-s are my favorite drink and Angostura 1919 is a great choice for it.
Phillip
Phillip,
What are some others you like?
Steven
Steven,
Great lower end rum
 
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