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#451 Posted:
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Don Q

In anticipation for today's bbq I bought a bottle of white rum to make mojitos with. I find it to be much better than any Barcardi product and the price is right. Homemade simple syrup and fresh mint makes the mojito pretty tasty.
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#452 Posted:
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Pampero Anniversario…
the one in the tan leather sack.

Great sipper, neat of course.
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#453 Posted:
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another great rum...
Dos Maderas 5 + 5

suggested to me by the MIA brother pdxstogieman (Chuck)
originates in either Guyana or Barbados and then goes to Jerez, Spain for more barrel aging.

also make a 5 + 10 but I have never seen it.

Not a head snapper Jamie, but maybe just enough heat to keep you interested.
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#454 Posted:
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Hmmm.....I miss Chuck and his PMs.....I was in his area a couple years back and his son F'd up our meeting! Super nice guy for a raving liberal 😂
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#455 Posted:
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He made me look like president of the Karl Rove fan club.
I do miss him though.

that rum might be a touch too sweet for ya, but it's a great one for me.
Palama Offline
#456 Posted:
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Havana Club 7

Probably only one more shot left...gonna miss it.
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#457 Posted:
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Plasma I walk across the border and buy it now. I'm almost out too and need to make a trip.
CLewis76 Offline
#458 Posted:
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Brugal leyenda
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#459 Posted:
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grmcooper wrote:
Plasma I walk across the border and buy it now. I'm almost out too and need to make a trip.

you're alive?
Cool!


Plasma...funny.
Palama Offline
#460 Posted:
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grmcooper wrote:
Plasma I walk across the border and buy it now. I'm almost out too and need to make a trip.


Bought 2 bottles on the way back from Japan last year. Gave 1 away for Christmas...if only I could turn back the hands of time.... Brick wall
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#461 Posted:
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Palama wrote:
Bought 2 bottles on the way back from Japan last year. Gave 1 away for Christmas...if only I could turn back the hands of time.... Brick wall

Cher was on Kimmel last night!

Re: Rum
Kohana Hawaiian Agricole Rum.

I'm gonna have to garner some constraint and apportion this high end beautiful nectar to make it last.
Not for beginners. Not that it's too powerful or anything, but this is stuff you learn to "get". It could take your breath away...and the bottle is a stunning decanter that I will repurpose once empty.

Great find Conan, truly appreciating the experience.
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#462 Posted:
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frankj1 wrote:
Cher was on Kimmel last night!

Re: Rum
Kohana Hawaiian Agricole Rum.

I'm gonna have to garner some constraint and apportion this high end beautiful nectar to make it last.
Not for beginners. Not that it's too powerful or anything, but this is stuff you learn to "get". It could take your breath away...and the bottle is a stunning decanter that I will repurpose once empty.

Great find Conan, truly appreciating the experience.


I was actually thinking of Tyrone Davis. Anxious

The rum - lemme know when you need a refill. BigGrin
frankj1 Offline
#463 Posted:
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Pampero Anniversario Reserva Exclusiva neat, of course
one of my very favorites.

Venezuela makes some good rums
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#464 Posted:
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Plantation "Xamaca Special Dry"...43% abv.

another interesting offering from this group. 21 clams, well worth it if you want a neat sipper that isn't Zaya style sweet. Dry and no heat.

Hey Jamie, are you looking for a litre of the 69% overproof?
I think I have a steady source.
frankj1 Offline
#465 Posted:
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and I'm a half a bottle into it, which may explain my political posts tonight...
ZRX1200 Offline
#466 Posted:
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Haha
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#467 Posted:
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The only place I could find Plantation has dried up completely.
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#468 Posted:
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allow me to help you, Comrade...

name a few in order of importance
frankj1 Offline
#469 Posted:
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Balcones Rumble...been a long time between bottles.

is it whiskey? Is it rum?
Neither really.
24basander Offline
#470 Posted:
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Ron Zacapa 23
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#471 Posted:
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24basander wrote:
Ron Zacapa 23

of all the sweet style rums, this has to be a top 3.
ZRX1200 Offline
#472 Posted:
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Boy have I been slacking.....

Been working on some Plantation Overproofed Frank sent me.

Tonight the LAST bit of my Plantation 2001 Jamaican, the end of a legend. Best rum I’ve ever had
Speyside Online
#473 Posted:
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Zafra rum master reserve 21 year old rum aged in ex Bourbon casks.
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#474 Posted:
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Speyside wrote:
Zafra rum master reserve 21 year old rum aged in ex Bourbon casks.

Panama...no?
Had it a couple of years ago and recall liking it...possibly not the elitist version my friend Allen drinks.
Speyside Online
#475 Posted:
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Life is to short to drink bad booze. I normally dislike rum. This on the other hand is a WOW to me. Well worth $50 for a fifth. It is from Panama.
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#476 Posted:
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neat? ice?
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#477 Posted:
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buffalo.
Speyside Online
#478 Posted:
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Neat, and a few drops of water. I enjoyed it both ways. I think it was better opened up with the drops.
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