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Review: Pixan 8 Anos Rum

Posted by Arctic Wolf on February 25, 2020

Pixan Rum is produced at Destileria Espiritus del Norte, a relatively new distillery located in Monterrey in northeastern Mexico. Apparently Pixan comes to us linguistically from the Mayan people and it is a word which roughly means ‘Spirit which gives life’Pixan 8 Anos is the distillery’s most premium rum.

Here is a link to my recently expanded review for the Pixan 8 Anos Rum.

Review: Pixan 8 Anos Rum

“… The initial nose is full of oak spice, butterscotch and vanilla with hints of almond and walnut. As the glass breathes oak spice continues to pour out, and we sense firmer aromas of butterscotch and vanilla. A fruitiness also develops with hints of sweet and sour fruit, some orange peel and impressions of canned apricot. Their are also herbal notes with bits of menthol and fresh hay …”

Please enjoy the review.

Chimo!

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