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Rum Review: Ron Bermudez Anniversario

Posted by Arctic Wolf on June 14, 2010

This is the third review I am publishing with respect to the rums of Ron Bermudez . I previously reviewed the Ron Anejo Bermudez 5 Anos and the Bermudez 1852 Ron Anejo 10 Anos Don Armando based upon sample bottles provided to my by Westway L. LTD. My sample bottle of the Ron Bermudez Anniversario rum was also supplied by Westway L. Limited, as they are introducing the Bermudez rums into my home Province of Alberta. The Anniverario is a well aged rum full of character and oak flavour.  It was a delight to cap off my reviews of the Bermudez range with this outstanding rum.

Here is an excerpt from my review:

“…Toffee and caramel sit in the background  supporting  the spicier flavour of the oak. There is also a firm  leathery smoke in the rum which is full of the flavours of dried fruits (raisins, dates, and prunes). When I sampled the younger 5 year old Bermudez rum, I had a vague impression that there was a metallic taste in the rum; but now, in the older Ron Bermudez Anniversario, this metallic element is more identifiable…”

You may read the full review here:

Rum Review: Ron Bermudez Anniversario


4 Responses to “Rum Review: Ron Bermudez Anniversario”

  1. Tom said
    They have two different Bermudez rums.

  2. Try, if u can find a liquor store in Manhattan NY, uptown Washington Heights where there is large Dominican community, I Know for a fact they have Brugal and Barcelo but I have never looked for Bermudez. Good Luck!!

  3. I have been searching everywhere in Austin, Texas USA to purchase this rum. I have some friends in the Dominican Republic that tell me alot about the aging process that is used to make your various rums. I cannot find anyone in Texas that sells this highly acclaimed rum. I have also tried to purchase this rum through the internet and have not found a website that will allow me to purchase it. Can you please provide some suggestions.

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