In the IX Century, rum became a quality and valued drink. Distilleries and brands emerged with the support of the Spanish crown. Cuba was the birthplace of rum.
Cuba also produces a lighter, crisper rum than elsewhere in the Caribbean thanks to a request from the Spanish Crown, which preferred its spirits delicate in flavour.
Conde de Cuba rum is harvested, distilled, aged and bottled in a little town with no more than 2,000 people from the province of Las Tunas, in Amancio Rodriguez, south east of Cuba, a land whose climate is ideal for the cultivation of the 100% autochthonous sugarcane “medialuna”.
Tasting Notes: The 11yo opens with a nose of fresh pineapple and orange flesh, with a nuttiness on the palate and a freshness balancing the rich flavours, leading to a long finish.
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