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White Rums

Whether you call them, clear, silver, white or simple 'see through' how do you drink them?

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Old 06-13-2008, 02:33 PM   #1
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Default Cubaney Plata Natural White Rum

I ran across a bottle of Cubaney Plata Natural 3 year old white rum distilled in 2003 and bottled in 2006. The nose is similar to their fine old aged rums, sweet candy with a spicy note. The taste also is unique among white rums with a very smooth, warm caramel rich flavor, finishing with the unique spice suggesting cinnamon, with a very long warm finish. Not bad at all for a 3 year old white rum. I paid $13.99 in a little Cuban liquor store that was filled with fine rums and a selection of some unusual, hard to find labels.
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Kudos on another interesting find. Florida is clearly the place to be in the U.S. for rum variety, but for regular discovery of cool caches of fine rum, I suspect that your dedication and local knowledge is essential.
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Old 06-14-2008, 07:56 PM   #3
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I must say that visiting every liquor within a hundred miles to drop off Gifted Rums Guides is more interesting than I originally imagined.

As I look over the bottles at each store, I rarely find a bottle I don't already have at home. Like a junkie, I feel compelled to grab anything I don't already "know" about and must give it a try and store away a bit more rum knowledge.

Like the storied note in the bottle, we are intrigued and sometimes lucky to see what washes up on shore here from time to time.
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