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Rum Review: Ron Matusalem Platino

Posted by Arctic Wolf on November 14, 2009

On October 21, 2009 I first began to taste the Ron Matusalem Platino Rum  I found the rum to be shy and subdued with a mild pleasant, but extremely laid back flavour.  I have visited this bottle several times since then and have now completed my full review.

Ron Matusalem PlatinoThe Ron Matusalem company has a fascinating history dating back to 1872, when the brand was established by Benjamin and Eduardo Camp and Evaristo Alvarez.  A marriage between Evaristo Álvarez daughter, and the son of Eduardo Camp, at the turn of the next century begat a family tradition of the original founders that has through five generations controlled the company.   The family fled Cuba in the 1960s and reestablish the company on U.S. soil in the state of Florida.  The reestablished company produces their Cuban style rum which is now blended in the Dominican Republic.

You can check out the Ron Matusalem history here.

You can check out my full review of Ron Matusalem Platino here:

Review: Ron Matusalem Platino

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