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


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Old 06-17-2008, 01:46 PM   #1
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Default Ron Barcelу Blanco

I recently found a bottle of Ron Barcelу Blanco from Dominican Republic. It's a bit sweet with a warm finish. There is no age statement on the bottle, but I would guess it to be aged two years or less.

Has anyone else had experience with this rum?
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It's widely available down here Robert, selling at just under $8.00. Until recently they also were selling Gran Anejo Blanco which stated "aged 4 years". It was selling for the same price as the Gran Anejo at just under $11.00. Both the whites are ok, with the Gran Anejo Blanco having a bit more character.
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It's widely available down here Robert, selling at just under $8.00. Until recently they also were selling Gran Anejo Blanco which stated "aged 4 years". It was selling for the same price as the Gran Anejo at just under $11.00. Both the whites are ok, with the Gran Anejo Blanco having a bit more character.
I'm going to dig around a bit and see if I can find Barcelу Gran Anejo Blanco. It sounds like a great white rum. Thanks for the feedback!
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