Bacardí Gold Rum 1.75L
The Maestros de Ron BACARDÍ craft BACARDÍ Gold’s rich flavors and golden complexion in toasted oak barrels. The secret behind its unique mellow character? A blend of charcoals known only to them.
A light golden rum with a soft oak flavor. Notes of dry vanilla, ginger root, and toasted almond provide a dry and slightly sweet finish.
- Nose: Nuts and butter
- Palate: Rich and toasted
- Finish: Dry and slightly sweet
This is for the large (1.75L) size. CLICK HERE for the regular (750mL) size.
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