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Old 01-26-2014, 01:57 PM   #1
Thomas K
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Smile Flor de Cana 25 yr

Flor de Cana has introduced a 25yr old single estate rum to the market. This rum is available at various duty free shops in Central and South America. I got my bottle at the Attenza duty free shop in Panama for U$140,--.
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Old 01-27-2014, 01:23 AM   #2
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Flor de Cana has introduced a 25yr old single estate rum to the market. This rum is available at various duty free shops in Central and South America. I got my bottle at the Attenza duty free shop in Panama for U$140,--.
This sounds great hopefully they'll carry it at duty free shops in the Caribbean also.
I know flora de cana changed they're bottles for all the rums and announced the 25 yr but never seen it.
Well let me know how it compares!!!
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I admit I do not have such a fine taste as some others on this forum. Compared to the previous Flor de Cana the 25yr old has a bit of vanilla, dried fruits and less oak, but still without loosing the typical nicaraguan Flor de Cana taste. The finish is not very long. To my personal taste definitely a notch up.
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