The Santa Teresa rum, born in a valley in Venezuela where, thanks to the favorable climatic conditions, the sugar cane plantations found great abundance.
The Venezuelan distillery was founded way back in 1796 and since then produces excellent Spanish style rums aged with solera method.
Quality and commitment have not been slow to bear fruit, and Ron Venezuela has quickly become one of the first AOCs in the world of rums, an important qualitative reference symbol.
The Santa Teresa 1796 rum is composed of a blend of rum with an aging of between 4 years and 35 years.
This 1796 Santa Teresa rum is a tribute to the founding father of the estate, a distillate of elegance and refinement, rewarded by public and critics.
Color: intense amber with rose gold reflections.
Aromas: intense aromas of vanilla, tobacco and toffee candy, with sweet notes of dried apricot and banana, to then evolve towards cinnamon and popcorn.
Flavors: The taste is rich and sweet, consistent in the references of honey and cane sugar, it advances ample and warm throughout the palate, revealing walnut, coconut and wood, in a dry, long and decidedly smoky finish, which leaves behind itself a long trail of dark chocolate.