Saturday, March 17, 2018

Angostura Rums are on sale now

Angostura White Oak Rum....$9.99
Next lowest price on Wine-Searcher is $12.99
Smooth and easy drinking White Rum
Currently the leading standard rum brand in Trinidad and St. Vincent, White Oak remains one of the flagship products of Angostura's impressive rum portfolio.

  • No.1 selling rum in Trinidad & Tobago
  • No.1 selling rum in standard rum category in St. Vincent
  • Well reputed for its smoothness and mixability
  • Authentic pure Trinidadian rum with distinctive packaging

Angostura Rum 5 Year Trinidad & Tobago Rum....$14.99
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For five years, this rum remains in oak barrels ageing so that when it’s ready to be enjoyed, it reveals its deep character.
It presents chocolate, spice, vanilla and toasted oak flavours and provides a remarkably warm and mellow finish. It can be enjoyed neat as a sipping rum, or over ice, but its deep character lends to being mixed with stronger mixes, spices and herbs.

Angostura Rum 7 Year Trinidad & Tobago Rum....$15.99
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Compare to $26.99 at Total Wine and More in St. Louis
This rum is aged for a minimum of seven years in ‘once used’ bourbon casks until it can be bottled and enjoyed to the full.  This rum is packed with mouth watering flavours that include maple, chocolate, honey and toffee and presents a rich full-bodied taste that tapers off in to the classic rum finish.  It can be enjoyed neat as a sipping rum, or over ice, equally it can mix a stunning contemporary take on a Manhattan or an Old Fashioned.

Angostura 1919 Trinidad & Tobago Rum...$27.99
Lowest price on Wine-Searcher is $29.99
Compare to $34.99 at Total Wine and More in St. Louis
Angostura 1919 is a specially blended multiple award winning rum, which celebrates a very particular date in the development of the rum industry in Trinidad & Tobago, as well as the Caribbean.
After a fire in 1932, which destroyed the Government Rum Bond, the master blender of Fernandes Distillers, J.B. Fernandes, bought the charred casks, only to discover they had been filled in the year 1919.
The prized rum was skillfully blended and called “1919 Aged Rum.”

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