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Review: Vizcaya Black Rum Reserva

The Dominican Republic’s Vizcaya is a little-known but very high-end producer of rum, and its latest expression, Vizcaya Black, is no letdown. Some details: Crafted in small batches in the Dominican Republic using the traditional Guarapa method, Vizcaya Black Rum… Continue reading ?
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