Maestro Aldea Rum
700 ml. - 40% Vol.
Vintage rum first made in 2011 with the 2001 vintage, for the fourth generation of Ronero Teachers of the Quevedo Family, as fruit of the experience of almost a century cultivating sugar cane and making rum.
For this rum, Maestro Ronero has determined to use only American oak barrels in its maturing process. The spirits aged and assembled in this rum have been meticulously selected from among the most highlights of the same vintage, with a period minimum maturity of 10 years.
It stands out especially for its impressive notes of vanilla, cocoa, coconut and coffee. It is sweet, fruity and very easy to drink.
Limited edition to less than 10,000 bottles per vintage.
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Our production process follows the traditional recipe and the steps of our ancestors. It all starts with La zafra, the sugar cane harvest period, between March and July.
The grinding, the crushing and pressing process of the sugar cane, is then produced, through which the juice or guarapo is obtained.
Once extracted, the guarapo is fermented naturally, for about 30 hours and becomes Distilled, by direct heating of guarapo and continuous distillation, in Alembic of Egrott columns, with live fire from Heather and Falla wood.
The brandy obtained is deposited in American oak barrels at a percentage of 65% alcohol.
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