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Old 11-29-2009, 05:53 PM   #1
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Default Colombian rones, I look for info

Hi ron lovers,
I am Italian and I am new here. I'd like to know your suggestions about colombian rones.
I know there are many rones in Colombia:
ron de Medellin, ron Viejo de Caldas, ron Boyaca, Ron 75, ron Tres Esquinas, Cartagena de Indias Anejo, Santa Fe ron anejo.
I'd like to know your suggestions about them and above all if they can compete with some more titled South American rones. How are they positioned on the range of South american rones? Are they poor quality, middle quality, good quality or very good quality rones?
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Old 01-07-2013, 08:29 PM   #2
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Default In my honest oppion

I been to Columbia 3 times and I need never to be disapointed with a
bottle of Ron Boyaca. Puts a lot of rum on the usa shelfs on the back seat.

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Old 01-09-2013, 08:49 PM   #3
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I have not been dissapointed by colombian rums as well. My personal favourite is Santero 21yr. The 12yr old Medellin is very nice as well and Viejo de Caldas released last November a 12yr old rum to the colombian market. Please don´t forget also Dictador from Cartagena and Baluarte as well as Santa Fe 8yr old.
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