The article not only highlights Flor de Caña 12 Years as the leading rum in Central America, it also mentions its volcanic origin and rich flavor with notes of tobacco and vanilla.
Here is an extract:
If you’ve ever experienced the joy of travelling through Central America than the name of this rum will be like an old friend to you.
It’s everywhere over there, and whilst the cheaper stuff can give you a hangover that’ll make you think someone has pulled your brain out of your ear, thrown it at a wall and then put it back in, this particular drop is a real winner.
It’s multi-faceted in its taste due to the volcanic soil that the sugarcane used to make it is grown in – which gives it a certain dryness – combined with its oak barrel ageing that lends it notes of tobacco and vanilla.
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Originally published on D’Marge on April 5th, 2017