Bacardi Gold 375ml Price, Light brown rum distilled from fermented molasses. Aged at least 1 year. A good light-bodied, mixing rum. A good example of the lighter Puerto Rican rums. Bacardi Gold rum is the proud creation of the Maestros de Ron Bacardí. They expertly craft its rich flavors and golden complexion in toasted oak barrels. And the secret behind that unique mellow character? That comes from a blend of charcoals known only to them. Bacardi Gold 375ml Price, Bacardi Gold 375ml Price 2022
- Barrel aged for 2 years in American white oak
- Rich, soothing flavors like vanilla, buttery caramel, toasted almond and sweet banana note
- Balanced by the warm zest of orange peel and a light, oaky finish
- Meant to stand out among heavier mixers
- Distilled in Puerto Rico
Bacardi Gold 375ml Price
375 Ml Bacardi Gold Rum Price $8,99.
Food Form – Liquids
Brand – Bacardi
Alcohol Proof – 80
Container Type – Bottle
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H) – 1.62 x 3.59 x 8.69 Inches
Bacardi Gold features rich vanilla, buttery caramel, toasted almond and sweet banana notes with the warm zest of orange peel and a light tasting, oaky finish. BACARDÍ Carta Oro rum brings together rich, soothing flavours like vanilla, buttery caramel, toasted almond and sweet banana notes balanced by the warm zest of orange peel and a light, oaky finish. Bacardi Gold 375ml Price
Back in the 1800’s, consistency when making rum was not an easy task. Rum was typically made with wild fermentation where airborne yeast would eat and ferment sugar to make alcohol. Distillers were unable to control this process, resulting in an unpredictable flavor profile every time. Don Facundo however discovered that by isolating a single strain of yeast he could ensure a consistent flavor profile. He chose a particular strain of yeast found on local sugar cane in Santiago, one that was to become known as La Levadura BACARDÍ. Cultured by his son, Facundo Bacardí Moreau, it remains the oldest Cuban strain of yeast in the world and is still used today.
The Maestros de Ron BACARDÍ craft BACARDÍ Carta Oro’s rich flavours and golden complexion in toasted oak barrels. The secret behind its unique mellow character? A blend of charcoals known only to them. Bacardi Gold 375ml Price
CURIOUS ABOUT RUM?
- WHAT IS GOLD RUM?
Gold rum, also known as amber rum, usually provides rich and smooth flavors after being aged in barrels.
- WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN DARK, GOLD AND WHITE RUM?
Rum is a wonderfully complex and diverse spirit. Color can give us clues about time spent aging or the flavors that might be found within. Dark can be bold, sweet (or dry) and even smoky, gold is rich and soothing, and white is smooth, subtle and often refreshing.
But color can be misleading. The best way to truly understand a rum is to taste it for yourself. Bacardi Gold 375ml Price
- HOW DO YOU MAKE RUM?
Rum is made using only three ingredients: molasses from sugarcane, yeast and water. Ingredients are fermented, then distilled, aged, filtered and blended. Bacardi Gold 375ml Price
BACARDÍ rum’s founder Don Facundo experimented a lot with the distillation process before he perfected it and officially founded the BACARDÍ rum company on February 4th, 1862 in Santiago de Cuba. In his quest to develop a light, smooth yet flavorful rum, he experimented by distilling two rum bases in parallel. One heavier and more flavorful, Aguardiente, the other, Redestilado, much lighter thanks to the process known as redistillation. When he blended these together, he found exactly what he was looking for. A smooth and light-bodied rum, perfect for mixing or sipping neat. And with that, the Parallel Production Process was born, a method still used by BACARDÍ rum today. Bacardi Gold 375ml Price
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Planted by Don Facundo’s son at the original BACARDÍ distillery on February 4, 1862, in Santiago de Cuba, El Coco was more than just a coconut palm. El Coco became a symbol of the family’s strength and resilience taking on whatever mother nature threw its way. A distillery fire in 1880, five earthquakes in 1903, 1906, 1914, 1932 and 1947 and, of course, many hurricanes. This resilience bore the El Coco prophecy, ‘The BACARDÍ Company will survive in Cuba so long as the coconut palm lives.’ Bacardi Gold 375ml Price
The beloved palm died two years shy of its 100th birthday and, shortly before, on October 14, 1960, revolutionary government forces illegally confiscated all BACARDÍ operations and assets in Cuba without compensation. Many of the Bacardí family had already fled Cuba in exile, but not before cleverly moving BACARDÍ rum’s precious yeast strain and trademark out of the country. Bacardi Gold 375ml Price
The prophecy of El Coco lives on today – at every BACARDÍ site around the world, there are palms planted to represent El Coco. Next time you visit Casa BACARDÍ in Puerto Rico, aka the ‘Cathedral of Rum’ and the largest premium rum distillery in the world, why not enjoy a Mojito under the palms as you soak up the history of the Bacardí family! Bacardi Gold 375ml Price
THE BAT, BY REQUEST
It was Don Facundo’s wife, Doña Amalia, who suggested the bat as BACARDÍ rum’s now iconic logo. Discovered at the distillery, she recognized bats as a good omen. Why? Well, bats represented both good health, fortune and family unity in Spain, Don Facundo’s homeland. And to the Taíno, Cuba’s native people, the bat represented the keeper of all cultural goods. Bacardi Gold 375ml Price
Both to celebrate Don Facundo’s Spanish heritage and his dream in Cuba, Doña Amalia suggested the bat as the symbol of BACARDÍ. Without realizing it, this turned out to be a stroke of genius. Many people at this time in Cuba were unable to read or write, so the bat became an iconic and recognizable symbol when people began asking for ‘El Ron del Muriciélago’ aka ‘The Rum of the Bat’. Bacardi Gold 375ml Price
Outside of Cuba, the popularity of BACARDÍ rum quickly spread at the turn of the century. This was thanks, in part, to BACARDÍ rum being essential in popular cocktails recipes at the time; the Daiquiri, Cuba Libre and Mismo. To meet the thirst in Europe, BACARDÍ opened a bottling facility in Barcelona in 1910, making BACARDÍ Cuba’s first multinational company.
By 1983, BACARDÍ had bottled, shipped and sold a total of 200 million cases of rum, an equivalent to 2.4 billion bottles. And by 1987, the yearly total alone reached 20 million cases. That’s the equivalent of 240 million bottles or 3.6 billion Mojitos – annually. A feat worth celebrating! Bacardi Gold 375ml Price