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Rum Review: Flor de Cana Centenario Gold 18

Posted by Arctic Wolf on December 18, 2009

Sometimes it is really good to have friends!  In this case my friend is a chap named forrest who has a really nice blog of his own called “a drink with forrest“.  You see forrest and I talk a bit together on the Ministry of Rum Website.  We email a bit and chat a bit and to be honest I learn a lot more from him than he learns from me.  I’m pretty good at giving an honest review on a product, and have a some skill in writing it up, but when it comes to cocktails and such, sometimes I need a little help.  This is where forrest comes in.  I asked him  for on opinion of a cocktail I was building for the Flor de Cana 18.  Well, forrest tweaked it, and the El Padrino was born.  I have been enjoying them regularly ever since.   So I suggested to forrest that we should kind of do a write up on FDC18 and the cocktail at the same time.  Him on his site and me on mine.  He agreed and we now have the first of what I hope will be many joint ventures.  To read my review of Flor de Cana 18 just click the following link:

Review: Flor de Cana Centenario Gold 18 Year Old Rum

At the end of the review is the cocktail crafted by forrest and myself as well as a link to forrest’s write up on the same rum with his explanation of the cocktail.

I hope everyone enjoys the joint venture.


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