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Old 04-03-2007, 12:28 AM   #1
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Can anyone tell if this is worth while buying? This is new on the shelf here and it 's called Pampero Selection 1938. I passed it up to buy one of my favorite Rum's
Zaya Gran Reservia. I like to try new Rums but thought I'd see if I could get any remarks here. Another Rum I'm really like a lot is Pusser's, maybe it's a carry over from my tot days in the Navy we called it Nelsons Blood.
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Old 04-05-2007, 12:30 AM   #2
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Red face Pampero Aniversario

Hi, I am know nothing of that product but the Pampero Aniversario is great. It comes in a small leather draw string pouch in a little stubby bottle. I, too, love the Zaya so my guess is that you will welcome the Pampero.
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Old 04-08-2007, 09:34 AM   #3
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Thumbs up Pussers/Pampero

Pampero Ann. is a great sipping rum, and the reserva especial is nice also.
I enjoy Pusser's blue quite a bit. I read that Pusser is about to release a 15 year old rum, and it will be available in the states. The blue is great neat, or a good measure with an ice cube is good also. As the ice melts and adds a little water, it changes the flavor.
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Old 04-10-2007, 06:32 PM   #4
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Hi, I am know nothing of that product but the Pampero Aniversario is great. It comes in a small leather draw string pouch in a little stubby bottle. I, too, love the Zaya so my guess is that you will welcome the Pampero.
I'd also recommend Pampero Aniversario. It is a bit less sweet than Zaya (also a favorite) and it's a fantastic rum neat; dark, complex, and incredibly smooth.
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Old 04-10-2007, 08:22 PM   #5
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Another vote for the Pampero Anniversario. But I've never heard of the Pampero Selection 1938, and can't find much any info in English. Google lists a bunch of hits, very few in English.
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Here is another vote for the Pampero Anniversary. This is one of my favorite rums...I also make sure I have a few bottles in reserve since it is hard to come by in Delaware.
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Old 04-11-2007, 11:49 AM   #7
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...yes yes Pampero Aniversario is a nice one...

And now back to the question about Pampero Seleccion 1938 Ron Anejo.

That's what I found on a german rum-dealer web page:

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"Pampero Seleccion 1938 Ron Anejo:
Dark quality rum.
The name of this Ron Anejo reminds of the foundation date of Las Industrias Pampero.
It was stored approx. 5-6 years in noble oak barrels, which were used before for Bourbon Whiskey.
The rum has an intensive, replete flavour with a harmonious soft finish.
It is ideal to drink it straight (neat) and is particularly delicious with
" El Ritual " (4 cl pure with lime, cane sugar and coffee)from Caracas."
I never heard about this so called "El Ritual" but it sounds interesting (close to the Tequila-lemon-salt drink), I'll write down the recipe
in the cocktail section.

The price in germany is approx. 30$.

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Old 10-14-2007, 04:22 AM   #8
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I acquired a bottle of Pampero Aniversario recently and I noticed that it doesn't have the bottle number anywhere. Apparently they have had bottle numbers from what I've read. Can anyone confirm or deny if the new bottles don't have bottle numbers anymore? I would also appreciate pictures of a bottle with the number on the label.
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Old 11-01-2007, 02:51 PM   #9
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Can anyone tell if this is worth while buying? This is new on the shelf here and it 's called Pampero Selection 1938. I passed it up to buy one of my favorite Rum's
Zaya Gran Reservia. I like to try new Rums but thought I'd see if I could get any remarks here. Another Rum I'm really like a lot is Pusser's, maybe it's a carry over from my tot days in the Navy we called it Nelsons Blood.
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Pampero Selecciуn 1938 it's a good rum, it's similar to Pampero Aniversario, but the vainilla flavour it's less strong. Orange flavour, blended with a mature fruits, and cocoa.
I prefer it, because isn't too sweet.
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Pampero Selección 1938 it's a good rum, it's similar to Pampero Aniversario, but the vainilla flavour it's less strong. Orange flavour, blended with a mature fruits, and cocoa.
I prefer it, because isn't too sweet.
If what Käptn says is true about the age of Selección 1938 (5-6 years) then it is approximately the same age as Aniversarios (4-6 years). Going by the age and the quality of Aniversario (and the similarity you mentioned) I would be very prepared to buy Selección 1938. I recently posted a review of Aniversario that might be useful to some people here.

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