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Brugal Anejo Rum*Packaging may vary

Brugal Anejo Rum

Rum /40% ABV / Dominican Republic

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Product details

Dominican Republic
Tasting Notes
Caramel, Chocolate, Smooth, Vanilla, Woody
Food Pairing
Beef, Cheese - Nutty & Semi-Firm, Chicken, Cured Meats, Dessert - Chocolate & Coffee, Fish - Meaty & Oily, Fish - White, Lamb, Pork, Shellfish, Turkey

Product description

Brugal Anejo is a premium dark rum that has been distilled not once, not twice but endlessly to produce the cleanest, smoothest spirit. This pure spirit is then aged for up to 5 years in American oak casks that previously held bourbon at Casa Brugal. There where the barrel houses are positioned north to south to make the most of the Dominican sun. Brugal Anejo welcomes you with rich aromas of vanilla, chocolate and cedarwood. On the palate, notes of butterscotch and baked pie lead into a long and dry finish. Brugal Anejo is equally great as a sipping rum or mixed in long drinks and cocktails. Highly recommended for rum lovers looking for a top quality rum.

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Community reviews

4.720 Reviews
  • M

    My favorite sipping rum by far. Also excellent in hot buttered rum. Lots of toasty notes. I like it better than more expensive rums.

  • John
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    Better than Bacardi!

  • Giselle Collado.
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    Great rum and authentic Dominican

  • Reyson M.
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    the best rum in the world

  • Cari L.
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    Compared yo our previous purchases, was weak. (Vs Kirk & Sweeney).

  • Heather Z.
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    Very good rum for the price. Used it to make a mixed drink with ginger beer and caramel so didn't drink it straight.

  • Martha
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    I ❤?Domincan ?? Rum #Brugal Anejo. It's smooth, not to sweet, and Mix well with a Splash of Coke ( I prefer ?? Mex. Coke bottle, has Real sugar) and a Lime It's better than a Jack&Coke?... Why? Cause it makes you Smile sooner? must be the molasses in the Rum.?

  • John
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    I once had an aged Dominican rum that was great for sipping. This is not that rum, but it’s not bad either.

  • Sharonette S.
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    Strong but smooth

  • Unique
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    Very smooth, but has a small after taste.


Rum is a liquor distilled from sugarcane product - usually mollasses or sugarcane juice. There's many different types of rums, with the most popular being aged, dark, flavored, gold, spiced and white. Some of these varietals go by different names (white rum can also be called light rum). You'll find each of these has different flavors that will pair uniquely in an array of cocktails. Rum will change in color and flavor based on aging. The longer rum is aged, the darker it will be. Rum is drank both straight and in cocktails - so drink how you best see fit!
Rum mixes a number of drinks like fruit juices, tonic water and sodas. Rum is a notable for an array of drinks from tiki cocktails to rum and coke. Take a look at our rum drink recipes to see if there's anything that catches your eye. Maybe even try a few to pick a favorite. Notable rum drinks are piña coladas, mojitos and daiquiris.
Rum is sometimes - but not always. Pure, distilled rum is gluten-free. However - not all flavored rums are. Be on the lookout for the addition of gluten when rum has additional flavorings or spices.
Rum is a distilled liquor made from sugarcane products - often made from either molasses or sugarcane juice. While it's made from either, most rum is actually made from the former (molasses,) which is basically the residue left behind after sugar has been crystalized from sugarcane juice. Since sugar is so important to the process, rum is produced in sugar producing areas such as the Caribbean, and North and South American countries.
If you want to get into the nitty gritty, we have an article that's perfect for you. But here's a quick overview: juice is squeezed from sugarcane (usually molasses). Water and yeast is added to kick off fermentation. It's then distilled, aged, blended and bottled. This process will be unique to each varital and distiller. Most rums are made in sugar producing countries, like the Caribbean and North and South America.
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