Angostura home is located on a 20-acre complex in the heart of the Caribbean, off the coast of Venezuela, on the island of Trinidad, if known to the joy of life and the meaning of the feast of its inhabitants. This complex includes distilleries offices but also a museum, art gallery, an auditorium and a store of wines and spirits group.
This rum has a nice amber color and very attractive shades of coffee and caramel. It is also fairly concentrated in its visual appearance.
Sweet cocoa, molasses, toffee, vanilla, caramel.
Remarkably smooth and well rounded. An outbreak of generous flavors and honeyed, nutty and toast.
Warming and soothing.
Even if they are freed from the long British rule, the islands called "English" (Jamaica to Trinidad) have retained their origins preeminence in rum. For the Anglo-Saxons have developed since the 17th century, the sugar industry and rhumière, particularly to the Royal Navy, before the French and Spaniards.