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Aged Rum plus organic arabica beans equals this fantastic Rum.
Hecho por nosotros, para nosotros: Pa'lante Rums was created with this ethos in mind. These guys are disrupting the Rum universe by just being authentic to who they are: Millennials and Gen Zers with Latin American roots. Bringing together the present and the past, its CEO Eric Zurita was born in Havana, Cuba, but left the island for the States when he was 7. His father Edis worked as a chemical engineer and distilled the rum for one of the most famous Rum brands ever, Havana Club. Today, Pa'lante Rum’s Maestro Ronero is Jorge who was one of Edis' colleagues at Havana Club and most recently head of production at Casa Caibarí, a Mexican distillery that’s been blending Rum since 1948. Cooperating with this family-owned distillery, Pa’lante brings you a new face of Rum, made with locally sourced ingredients from neighboring farms.
Show your frenemy Becky how Espresso Martinis are done with Pa'lante Coffee Rum. Infused with organic arabica beans, this 3YO Rum is something else. First, sugarcane juice is distilled in a traditional pot still, while molasses are distilled in a column still. These distillates are blended and aged for 3 years in ex-Bourbon casks in small batches. Then the magic really happens as Organic Arabica Coffee Beans, grown on a nearby Chiapan farm, are infused into the Rum. Sip it neat, on the rocks, pair it with a good cigar, or yes, show Becky how Espresso Martini is supposed to taste like.
Appearance / Color
A beautiful gold
Nose / Aroma / Smell
Plenty of coffee beans aromas
Flavor / Taste / Palate
A very smooth mouthfeel, reminiscent of an iced coffee.
Clean and smooth.
The Flavor Spiral™ shows the most common flavors that you'll taste in Pa'lante Coffee Rum and gives you a chance to have a taste of it before actually tasting it.
We invented Flavor Spiral™ here at Flaviar to get all your senses involved in tasting drinks and, frankly, because we think that classic tasting notes are boring.