Karukera Gold rhum Vol.40% Cl.70
Karukera Gold rhum Vol.40% Cl.70

Karukera Gold rhum Vol.40% Cl.70

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  • The aromas of wood and vanilla invite the palate to taste this round and balanced rum
  • The gold rum Karukera has a beautiful amber color
  • Perfect ingredient to lengthen drinks and prepare tasty cocktails
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Karukera is the ancient name used to call the island of Guadeloupe famous for its rums.

Rum Karukera Gold refers to the great tradition of aged rums of Guadeloupe.
Rum Karukera Gold characterized by a powerful but subtle taste, with a perfect sweet-rough mix that allowed it, immediately, to stand out within the range.
Rum Karukera Gold is distilled from fresh sugar cane, collected a few hours before to keep all the flavors intact.
Starting from the pure juice extracted from sugar cane, it ages for a period of several weeks in large wooden barrels of about 350 liters, to then be bottled.
Thanks to the experience of the Grégoire Hayot master blend, to the warm tropical climate, the refinement is rather rapid, with a consequent greater fineness in aromas and taste.

Tasting Notes:
Color: bright amber with dazzling golden reflections.
Aromas: presents hints of sweet cane sugar along with fruity notes of cooked apple and pear, yellow flowers, broom and sweet spices of cinnamon, along with hints of citrus orange peel.
Taste: The taste is fine and elegant, gentle on the palate, never aggressive in alcohol yet full bodied, soft and round, rich in vanilla references, towards a long and relaxed final that leaves the mouth satisfied and perfumed with cinnamon.
We suggest you to taste Rum Karukera Gold smooth or in combination with fresh tonic water ... excellent!

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Raw material
Sugar cane juice
Surface finish
Aged in barrel
Country of Production
Recommended Tobacco
Alcoholic gradation
Bottle format
Type of production

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