This stunning amber rum is full-bodied, with a rich complexity of flavors and a smooth finish that stays with you, long after the swallow. The Centenario 18 is almost two decades in the making, and you can taste the craftsmanship and tradition in every drop.
A rich entry leads to a viscous, dryish, full-bodied palate with dark chocolate, caramel, roasted nuts, and brown spice flavors. Finishes with a long, charred oak, vanilla, and burnt nut fade.
Gold Medal Winner at San Francisco World Spirits Competition
Flor de Caña’s new Centenario 25 ultra-premium rum, an exciting addition to the brand’s Centenario Collection, features unique packaging. The black-and-gold label features an abstraction of the Nicaraguan volcano, while the rum itself seems to float in a bottle that sports sharp, beveled edges and a heavy solid-glass base. The premium cork closure is topped with an embossed “Flor de Caña” gold medal coin.
The Flor de Caña Centenario 25 has a deep and elegant amber hue. Its beautifully integrated aroma, with hints of vanilla, wood and dark cocoa, draws you into a smooth, luxurious taste that offers further notes of fruit, almond and caramel and a touch of sweetness that lingers in the long, buttery finish.
Double Gold Award Winner at San Francisco World Spirits Competition
This is first-class Guatemalan rum is made from virgin sugar cane honey–the first press of the sugar cane that’s boiled down to thicken–rather than molasses, which is a byproduct of the sugar-making process. This results in a finer, sweeter, smoother rum. Aged in the solera method, like Sherry, the Zacapa Centenario is very dark–mahogony with coppery tints–and has a clove, cocoa, cinnamon and orange peel-scented nose. The palate is sweet and smooth, with cocoa, orange and honey flavors and a sensuous, viscous texture. It finishes long and smooth. It received 97 points from the Beverage Tasting Institute and a Gold Medal at the 2007 International Cane Spirits Festival.
The Kraken is the most fearsome of all sea monsters that lies up to 3000 feet beneath the surface of the ocean. This dreaded behemoth has been known to attack ships, dragging fearing seamen to their deaths! It has been rumoured that a large shipment of dark, spiced rum was once taken down by a Kraken in the Caribbean Sea and the resulting rum barrels drifted far and wide. This exotic Rum has been named in The Kraken’s honour and is made from naturally sweet molasses from sugar cane grown naturally on Virgin Island riverbanks. Aged in barrel for 24 months to impart classic dark rum flavours of cinnamon, ginger and clove.