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Review: Brugal Rum Papa Andres 2015 Alegria Edition

Lifestyle / Food & Drink : Drink Hacker

Want some really high-end rum? Expect to pay $30 a bottle for it. $35, tops. Brugal’s latest, Papa Andres 2015 Alegria Edition runs a cool $1500 for each of the 1000 bottles produced. Say what? Hey, it’s not a money… Continue readin...

Front Burner: A Sipping Rum From the Philippines

Lifestyle / Food & Drink : NYTimes: Food

Don Papa is a traditionally aged rum, made in small batches and now available in the United States.

Review: Plantation Rum Lineup (2015) – 3 Stars White, Original Dark, Barbados 5 Years Old, Extra Old 20th Anniversary, Old Reserve 2001, and Pineapple

Lifestyle / Food & Drink : Drink Hacker

Plantation Rum is actually part of the French company Cognac Ferrand, and it produces over a dozen rums that are sourced from plantations all over the Caribbean and beyond. Some of these rums we’ve reviewed before, but today we’re t...

Review: Papa’s Pilar Rum

Lifestyle / Food & Drink : Drink Hacker

“Inspired by Ernest Hemingway,” the new Papa’s Pilar Rum brand is a blend of rums from, well, just about everywhere. Casks are sourced from the Caribbean, Central America, and the U.S.A., blended up solera style in Bourbon and Port ...

Review: Don Pancho Origenes Rum 8 Years Old, 18 Years Old, and 30 Years Old

Lifestyle / Food & Drink : Drink Hacker

First off, Don Pancho is a real dude. He’s Cuban, his real name is Francisco Fernandez, and he’s been in the rum business for 50 years, only he has been making it for other people. Don Pancho is the first… Continue reading ? The pos...

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