Captain Gold Dark Rum 1 Litre

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Captain Gold is a Puerto Rican Dark Rum, representing excellent value for money. A more mature offering than the Captain Silver White Rum, Captain Gold is blessed with a dark hue and medium body thanks to the additional years of rest in charred white oak barrels. Captain Gold exhibits strong and complex associations with caramel and vanilla, yet maintains the well-disciplined and smooth mellowness of older rums that appreciators admire.

Perfectly crafted to be enjoyed straight, in rum cocktails and mixers, or as an ideal addition to rum recipes, a thoroughly enjoyable rum is evident in every drop of Captain Gold Rum.

Tasting Note: Light gold. Warm finish, nicely balanced. Caramel and vanilla. Smooth, mellow taste.

Additional Details

SKU:
10336-NGB-UNIT
Size:
1000
Container Type:
Bottle
Country:
Belgium
Alcohol %:
37.5
Region:
Puerto Rico
Style:
Dark Rum
Varietal:
Rum

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