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Angostura Distillery (Rum)

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  • Angostura 7 Years

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    • 4 /5
    TASTING NOTES:
    - Color: Angostura 7 Years is a nice dark amber
    - Smell: The nose has subtle flutter of molasses, chocolate and mild smoked,
    - Mouth: This rum is full of mouth watering flavours including maple, chocolate, honey and caramel and has a rich bodied flavour that goes down on the...
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  • Angostura 7 Years Dark

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    • 4 /5
    TASTING NOTES OF Angostura 7 Años Gran Añejo:
    - Color: deep dark color. strong
    - Flavour: aromas of tropical fruits, almonds, mint and passion fruit, also aromas of banana, coconut and carnations.
    - Taste: flavored tannins on the palate with notes of toast and fine spices, a long, balanced...
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  • Angostura 7 Years

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    • 4 /5
    TASTING NOTES OF Rum Angostura® 7 Year Old:
    - Color: dark amber.
    - Flavour: molasses, blackstrap molasses, cocoa, spices, smoke Bourbon, charcoal, vanilla.
    - Taste: black chocolate, caramel, tiramisu, creamy.

    PRODUCER: Angostura Distillery.
    COUNTRY: Trinidad and Tobago....
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  • Angostura 7 Years

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    • 4 /5
    Brand: Angostura | Country: Caribbean | Type: Rhum Rhum Vieux | Vintage: 7 years | Volume: Bottle (70cl) | School Alcohol: 40.0% / Vol. | Sale prohibited to minors. Alcohol abuse is dangerous for health. To consume with moderation
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  • Angostura 7 Años Gran Añejo

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    • 4 /5
    - Tasting notes: This rum is full of flavors in the mouth watering including maple, chocolate, honey and caramel and has a rich bodied flavor that decreases in the classic rum finish.
    - DETAILS OF PREPARATION: This rum is aged for a minimum of seven years in bourbon casks used until it can be...
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  • Angostura 7 Year old

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    • 4 /5
    - A blend of light and heavy rums distilled in Angostura's five-column continuous still. The rum is aged in American Oak Bourbon barrels for between seven and ten years.
    - After ageing, the rum is lightly filtered through charcoal to remove impurities, but not so much as to alter the inherently...
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