Rum Zacapa Centenario, Solera Grand Special Reserve XO, gift box, 0.7 L
- Volume: 0.7 L
Reviews of purchase Zacapa Centenario, Solera Grand Special Reserve XO, gift box, 0.7 L
Rum golden-red color.
Soft and sweet rum different shades of chocolate, dried fruit and spices, with pleasant notes of ginger and mango.
Bouquet shows notes of rum burnt oak, caramel, roasted nuts, marzipan and orange peel.
Rum is recommended as a digestif and cocktail base. Served with ice, lemon and juice.
Solera Grand Special Reserve XO - a blend of several types of high-quality rum, distilled from sugar cane and aged from 6 to 25 years in oak barrels of bourbon, sherry and brandy. Rum has an excellent balance of sweetness, spice and fruit.
Zacapa Centenario - popular rum from Guatemala, created in 1976 in honor of the centennial of the founding of Zacapa - city in eastern Guatemala. It belongs to the super-premium and is among the five best rums in the world. Zacapa Centenario has repeatedly won in the category of "premium" in the International Rum Festival tasting Competition - in 1998, 1999, 2000 and 2001. Zacapa Centenario - the first rum presented in the Hall of Fame International Rum Festival. Rum was awarded the Gold Medal at the International Sugar Cane Spirits Tasting Competition in Ybor, a platinum medal in the category of "premium" in the Beverage Tasting Institue of Chicago.
Zacapa Centenario is made with concentrated sugar cane juice pressed first, called "virgin honey" sugar cane, which is distilled in large cubes fixed. Then rum is aged in a unique way - by a system based on the method of Soler, traditionally used for sherry. This process is controlled by the Master Blender Lorena Vasquez. Production company argues that the success of Zacapa Centenario is precisely the unusual way of exposure: after distilling alcohol is poured in American oak barrels, which are sent for storage in the cellar, located in the cool climate at an altitude of 2300 meters above sea level. This allows rum maintained up to 23 years, without lowering the alcohol content. The first bottles of rum were covered with matted palm leaves - Petate - handmade in the style of the Maya. In modern bottles preserved Petate band around the middle section.