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Review: Ron Centanario No.12 Gran Legado

Posted by Arctic Wolf on June 1, 2022

Ron Centenario 12 Gran Legado is a Costa Rica Rum comprised of a mixture of aged in American white oak barrels that previously contained Scotch whisky. This makes the cane spirit somewhat unique in the rum category. The barrels come from different areas of Scotland imparting more than one style of scotch whisky notes to the rum during the maturation.

This is a non age stated spirit which is sold at both 35 % and 40 % alcohol by volume, depending on the market of export. The Bottle I am reviewing was purchased in Mexico and it was bottle at 35 % abv..

Here is a link to my full review:

Review: Ron Centanario No.12 Gran Legado

“… Dried plums, caramel, vanilla, and oak spices. Hints of baking spice drift into the breezes above the glass with hints of cinnamon and indications of nutmeg and allspice. Oak and the baking spices build in the air as the rum breathes and a lovely tobacco stained toffee develops as well …”

Please enjoy my review of this surprising versatile (and delicious) aged rum.

Chimo!

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