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Old 03-15-2010, 09:00 PM   #6
Patapouf
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Originally Posted by Ben View Post
Maybe it's a matter of perception, but I consider "anejo" rums aged between 3 and 5 years. If aged more than 5 years I consider them extra old. So that way HC7 and Brugal Extra Viejo are not anejo for me.

Usually anejo rums can be sipped, well at least the best of them, but I used them more as mixers.

For that age range, the best one I got was English Harbour 5 years old. ED 5 is not to forget as well.
For me el dorado and English harbor would not fall in the 'anejo' category. They need to be of Spanish style. As mentionned above, it depends on perception.
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