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Review: Bacardi Bacardi Carta Fuego (Spiced Rum)

Posted by Arctic Wolf on September 20, 2019

Recently a friend of mine brought me a bottle of Bacardi’s Carta Fuego Spiced Rum for me to taste. He left the bottle with me so I could review it and said he was looking forward to my comments.

According to the Bacardi website:

BACARDÍ Carta Fuego is a red spiced rum drink with fire in its soul. Made with rum aged for a minium of one year in torched oak barrels, its flavor is shaped through charcoals and finally mixed with a secret blend of spices for a bold yet smooth flavour.

Here is a link to my newest Rum Review:

Bacardi Rum Punch (Rum Howler Version)

Review: Bacardi Bacardi Carta Fuego (Spiced Rum)

“… When I took my first sip, my impressions on the nose were confirmed. The rum is quite sweet. There is some fiery spice which appears to be related to cinnamon. The combination of rummy sweetness and the cinnamon gives me a vague impression of cinnamon rolls reinforced no doubt by an additional heightened flavour of vanilla …”

Please enjoy my review which includes my recipe suggestion which is a variation on Bacardi’s own suggestion the Bacardi Rum Punch.





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