In Guatemala, it dates back at least to 1939 the family Botran passion for rum, and, more than sixty years, it has acquired a very specific expertise, allowing them to develop rums typed and very original , which have no equivalent in the world.
the assembly technique practiced for rum, it is aged in altitude, which gives it that unique taste. The barrels used are former sherry casks, port and bourbon.
mber supported with mahogany highlights.
The nose develops first a gentle vanilla and dominant decaramel then flying on light tobacco notes, wood desantal with some applesauce.
The mouth is first very smooth, and develops a tannic puissanceplus, well marked by wood and vanilla, but also desnotes of banana flambe, fig and butterscotch. Massive or corpulent, although it coats the palate while being dry, especially as spicy notes (black pepper, clove) falls encorel'ensemble.
Long persistence of the final, very aromatic through.
In Guatemala, the family Botran passion for rum since 1939 that the dowry today a recognized expertise in the development of Rums very original.
This originality is due, in part, to the geographical position of the cellars that lie altitude over 2300 m, which promote aging slower for rum but also more intense.
Another peculiarity is in the practice of the Solera system for aging brandy, invented by the Spaniards and is known in Guatemala "Education". Solera is the assembly of brandies of different ages, so that the older "educate" the younger.
Finally, in Botran is used in different types of drum As years of age.