Samaroli Rum Caribbean 2003
|Very penetrating refined bouquet.
Impetuous but atthe same time clear.
Mature but lively.
Hard and also smooth, clean and at the same time ample.
Has great character.
As deep as the ocean.
Powerful - doesn’t pass unnoticed.
|Spanish - It’s "branches” are Guatemala, Nicaragua, Panama, Venezuela and, with more defined and evolved traditions, Cuba, Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic.
Sugarcane has been cultivated in Nicaragua for many years.
The totally volcanic soil enables excellent sugarcane, coffee and chocolate to be grown. These fruits of the land are reflected in the Rums, which have very characteristic aromas..
Venezuela is South America’s largest producer of rum, which is aged with the solera method, inherited from Spanish tradition.
Has the advantage of a geographic location that favours it as far as the enormous US market is concerned.
Influenced by Cuba, it now produces with double and triple column stills, obtaining a large production of very light pure spirits, suitable for mixing or flavouring.
With a style similar to Cuba’s, Dominican Rum is now very popular in Spain.
Up until the second half of the 19th century, all rums were strong or dark liquors considered suited to workers with limited financial resources.
To boost the market, the Spanish Royal Development Board offered a prize for improving its quality.
A key figure was Don Facundo Bacardi Masso, whose experiments led to the production of a smoother mellower drink, typical of today’s light rums.
Nowadays, Cuba is famous as one of the many producing countries whose Rum is distinguished by outstanding toffee and woody style, with strong character and tradition.