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You need to taste better rum.
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The first rum I ever tasted was our local aussie rum Bundaberg.

The stuff tasted like paint thinner and I didn't drink rum until about 8 years after that when someone convinced me to try some decent aged caribbean rum. That changed everything
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Re: Rum enjoyment

Ah, a rummy thread. How did I miss this?

For everyday, either neat, over ice, or with a mixer:
Gosling's Black Seal
Mount Gay Eclipse
Sailor Jerry

For special occasions, neat or over ice:
Pyrat XO
Zaya

For company that will appreciate it - neat:
Flor de Cana 12
Rhum Barbancourt 15
Ron Zacapa 23

New (to me) rums that I'll try soon, based on this thread:
Angostura 1824
Appleton Estates EO 12
Santa Teresa 1796

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Seco con Leche (Rum and milk) Viva Panama!

Rum and rainwater when the Parmalat runs out.
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Rum.... Amazing that a post from 2006 is still streaming.....
so may the rum keep flowing....
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Re: Rum enjoyment

sailors and rhum are akin to teens and cell phones,I do my part to keep the tradition,meaning the rhum
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btw,no Caribbean rhum can match tandauy
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btw,no Caribbean rhum can match tandauy
You must of made it to the Philippines? Hard to fault the cheap rum in the PI.
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Re: Rum enjoyment

its cheap but good! cheap is a relative term
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You must of made it to the Philippines? Hard to fault the cheap rum in the PI.
I have heard good stories cheap rum in the Philippines, it's very tempting!
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The first rum I ever tasted was our local aussie rum Bundaberg.

The stuff tasted like paint thinner and I didn't drink rum until about 8 years after that when someone convinced me to try some decent aged caribbean rum. That changed everything
Bundy reserve is quite good.
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