caramel
tobacco
nutty
rose
pecan
pralines
custard
maple
roasted
Spiral Centenario Fundacion 20 Reserva Especial

Centenario International
Centenario Fundacion 20 Reserva Especial
Reviews and Tasting Notes

Appearance / Color
Deep Rose Copper   
 
Nose / Aroma / Smell 
Ripe banana, caramel, and pecan pralines 
 
Flavor / Taste / Palate
Custard and maple with more roasted, spiced nuts, tobacco, and oak 
 
Finish 
A long, deep trip down a spiced toffee tunnel of love
Price:
$56.99
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Centenario Fundacion 20 Reserva Especial is adored for its caramel, tobacco, nutty and rose flavor notes.

This Rum is carefully distilled at Centenario Internacional distillery, Costa Rica.

Based on 49 votes, the average rating for Centenario Fundacion 20 Reserva Especial is 8/10.

Top reviews for Centenario Fundacion 20 Reserva Especial:

— This is the rum that convinced me I am a rum guy. Smooth and great without anything added to it.

— Really smooth

— Now my favorite out of 93 types of rum I keep at home and the price is right.
  • Category
    Rum
  • Style
    Dark Rum
  • Region
    Central America
  • Country
    Costa Rica
  • Alcohol
    40%
  • Distillery
    Centenario Internacional
  • Age

Centenario International Centenario Fundacion 20 Reserva Especial

(0.75l, 40%)


8/10
Ratings & Reviews
Member Reviews and Ratings of Centenario Fundacion 20 Reserva Especial
Jason
Jason,
Excellent rum burnt caramel finish
 
DAVID
DAVID,
This is the rum that convinced me I am a rum guy. Smooth and great without anything added to it.
 
Howard
Howard,
Now my favorite out of 93 types of rum I keep at home and the price is right.
 
Brian
Brian,
Not a bad tasting rum but also not very different from Captain Morgan. Therefore it is my opinion that this rum is too expensive for its quality.
 
Charles
Charles,
It was a great experience from the aroma from when you first pop the cork to the first sip in your mouth. I must say that I loved it best by itself without adding the coke to it.
 
Roy
Roy,
Really smooth
 
Brett
Brett,
It's certainly good, but not quite as good as other rums I've had. It's not quite as red as the image on the site portrays, and the flavor isn't quite fully developed, so there are still some harsh notes. Personally, I'd recommend the Zaya 12-year from Trinidad over this... cheaper and better, has a very slight red tint in the light, but otherwise retains the color of molasses. This is still pretty good, though.
 
Michael
Michael,
Note that this has color added (and is solera, so only an unknown proportion is actually 20 years old).
 
Fredi
Fredi,
This is 20 year Solera, so vast majority of the rum is younger.
 
guest
guest,
I'm looking for the 25 . . . do y'all carry it? I have the 20 and had a bottle of the 25 . . . 20 is good, 25 is wonderful!
 
William
William,
Sorry to have missed this one. With my 82nd birthday due on Tuesday, August 2nd, I,ll be patient and hope it comes out again before then,
 
Brian
Brian,
Really disappointed this is unavailable!!
 
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