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Old 11-08-2011, 06:11 AM   #1
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Cafe Valdes (www.cafe-valdes.at). Very good selection of rum.
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Cafe Valdes (www.cafe-valdes.at). Very good selection of rum.
i see they have Santa Teresa Bicentenario

i have to go there
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Dear Rumaficionado, I would recommend You to call up cafe Valdes to verify if they really have a bottle of the Sta. Teresa Bicentenario. I have visited this bar last fall and I got the last 5cl. I hope the owner bought a new bottle.
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Further to my last post, I have revisited Cafe Valdez. Altough the Sta. Teresa Bicentenario is still on the menu, this rum is no longer available. On the other side, they have the Brugal 1888 which is not on the list. Tried this one as well as the Canero 1989 single cask which is similar to the Zapatera 1989 (both from Nicaragua).
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