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junglepete
Posted 5/7/2018 6:43 PM (#738981 - in reply to #738977)
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appollo - 5/7/2018 10:01 PM

If you get a chance try Zaya rum.I have drank the El Dorado Rum in the 12,15 and 20 and I find This better.


I'm a fan of the El Dorado Rums so I will give the Zaya a go and see what's what
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may have listed before but worth reposting...

Dos Maderas 5+ 5

originates in Guyana and/or Barbados then ships to Jerez, Spain for more barrel aging (assume sherry).
Great sipper, with or without a cigar.
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saw a bottle of 3 + 2...maybe the 5 + 5 is the top of the line?
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I was never much of a rum guy. I prefer bourbon or tequila.
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I liked the El Dorado and Zacapa, but really loved the Diplomatico Reserva Exclusiva. Found it went better with a cigar than the El Dorado, which was great, but a little too sweet to pair with a cigar IMO. The Diplomatico is definitely sweet, but has a little more character to me.
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Chefjohn - 8/18/2018 9:07 AM

I was never much of a rum guy. I prefer bourbon or tequila.

I also prefer bourbon
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Cap10_Morgan - 8/18/2018 4:09 PM

I liked the El Dorado and Zacapa, but really loved the Diplomatico Reserva Exclusiva. Found it went better with a cigar than the El Dorado, which was great, but a little too sweet to pair with a cigar IMO. The Diplomatico is definitely sweet, but has a little more character to me.


agree.
also like another Venezuelan rum, Pampero Anniversario.
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