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From the Canary Islands of Spain comes the visually striking Ron Aguere Caramelo. This rum-based liqueur is beautiful to behold, in its red and yellow metallic bottle covered with intriguing modern art. This unmistakable product is perfect to enjoy at any time of day since it will shine equally when paired with coffee, a cocktail, or dessert. Rich and sweet, this spirit is best enjoyed when very cold.
The Destilería de Tejina crafts its rum using sugar cane to ensure that the final flavour will be clean, pure, and simply irresistible. The careful blend of this Canarian rum with caramel toffee results in a fine liqueur that is begging to be enjoyed on the rocks. There is nothing quite like the flavour of rum when it is expertly blended with delicious caramel toffee. Unique and exotic, Ron Aguere Caramelo is sure to be a crowd-pleaser.
Destilería de Tejina has been producing spirits since it was founded back in 1948. The company was the result of various families of sugarcane growers coming together as a community to found their own distillery. The distillery has been bottling the flavour of the Canary Islands ever since, offering a fine range of products made with passion and expertise.
Description of Ron Aguere Caramelo
Ron Aguere Caramelo
- Colour: Ron Aguere Caramelo is a deep-brown-coloured spirit.
- Aroma: It shows great complexity on the nose, dominated by aromas of caramel, molasses, grass, citrus, hay, honeysuckle, cedar and sweet spice.
- Taste: The elegance and smoothness of Ron Aguere Caramelo are accompanied by flavours of honey, vanilla, caramel, ginger, toffee, marmalade and cinnamon. It has a long, smooth and spicy finish.
PRODUCER: Destilerias San Bartolomé de Tejina S.A. This is a famous Spanish rum producer. They created several brands of flavoured rums. Along with Ron Aguere Caramelo they create several more brands such as Honey rum, Coco rum and Pina colada Aguere.
PRODUCTION DETAILS: Ron Aguere Caramelo is made as a blend of Canarian rum and caramel toffee. The production is done in several steps. The first one is the distillation process of sugar cane. The cane is harvested, converted into a molasse, cane juice or cane syrup, fermented and then distilled. Caramelized sugar cane and some caramel toffee are added to enhance the aroma and flavour character of this spirit. The bottling process takes place after the filtration. It is made to be served chilled but it is not suggested that the bottle is put into the freezer.
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