Opthimus 21 Year Rum

Opthimus 21 Year Rum

(0.75l, 38%)


8.8/10
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A perfectly-aged solera Rum from the Dominican Republic.
 
Juanillo Oliver came to Cuba as a member of the Spanish military in the mid-1800s. After his tour of duty ended, he stayed to work in the Rum industry to found Oliver and Oliver. In Cuba’s second war for independence, the plantation and distillery were destroyed. But a century later his great-great-grandson re-founded the family business — this time in the Dominican Republic. To this day they make some of the most sought-after Rums for consumers all over the world. More than twenty years ago they established a new brand name — Opthimus — that would allow them to also collect some of the best Rum distillates from existing distilleries in the Caribbean and Central America to add to their collection.
 
Opthimus is the high-end brand for Oliver and Oliver. Opthimus Rum 21 Year Old is truly exceptional. It is a 100% Dominican Rum aged in the solera method. And as you may remember, that means that it has small amounts of much older Rum mixed in. It is delicate, but full-flavored and well-rounded with dense notes of ripe fruits and tobacco. It goes down like a great Whiskey and is a pleasure to drink.
  • Category
    Rum
  • Style
    Solera
  • Region
    Caribbean
  • Country
    Dominican Republic
  • Alcohol
    38%
  • Distillery
    Oliver & Oliver
  • Age

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Tasting Notes

Appearance / Color
Dark Mahogany
 
Nose / Aroma / Smell
The aromas a dry with spices, juicy red fruits, cedarwood, and a hint of leather.
 
Flavor / Taste / Palate
On the palate the fruit flavors remain, but you also get wet tobacco, chocolate, cola, vanilla, and mango.
 
Finish 
The finish is long and rich.
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