This Anejo rum has a history that dates back to the times of the Spanish Conquistadors and the origins of the estate are lost in the mid-1700s, although the Destilería Carúpano C.A brand was only created after the Second World War. The distillery is based on a centuries-old culture of distillation processes, still carried out with artisanal attention today, and uses only high quality raw materials, deriving from sugar cane and very pure and light water to obtain the final distillates.
The molasses used comes from exceptional quality local sugar canes. The fermented liquid is then subjected to distillation in column stills. It then undergoes aging in American white oak barrels, in a warm and humid environment typical of the Tropics, for a period ranging from 6 to 21 years.
Amber color. On the nose Intense and complex aromas on the nose, with hints of caramel, precious woods, coconut and toasted dried fruit. On the palate, it presents itself as an enveloping, soft, round and extremely pleasant liquid, with persistent notes of coconut and cane sugar in the aftertaste.
Perfect at the end of a meal or for meditation. Great as a gift for a special person!