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Santa Teresa 1796 Rating:3

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Family:Rum
Brand:Santa Teresa

History

The Vollmer, a legend
Once upon a time there was a man named Gustav Julius, son of the great marine merchant Mr. Vollmer, who traveled on business from Germany to the distant lands of Venezuela. He was invited to the Hacienda Santa  Teresa, owned by the family of the Liberator Simón Bolívar, whose cousin steal the heart of Gustav. In this property he discovered a magnificent liqueur, the rum and he could not resist to it. Without thinking twice, Gustav wrote to his father to tell him bout his two sweetest of life: his fiancee Panchita Ribas and the immense business opportunity with the rum. But Mr. Vollmer never arrived to Venezuelan territory. In his journey, his ship was engulfed by the unpredictable waters of the Atlantic. Gustav Vollmer continues his dream, he married his beloved Panchita, and inherited the Hacienda Santa Teresa. As a tribute to his father, he decided to used as an emblem of Santa Teresa, the Compass Rose, symbol carried by the ships belonging to its fleet and is present in all the Santa Teresa products. Santa Teresa. Imported from the past.


Description
  • Controlled Denomination of origin Ron de Venezuela.
  • Elaboration process: is only rum that is totally aged through the ancient Solera method. In the Solera, oak barrels are set in four rows one above the other. There, through the Solera process the rum makes a long journey: the crianza decants by cascade through the layers of barrels, ending as the final crianza in large French oak vats. Thus as it slowly moves from barrel to barrel, it achieves its mature, balanced body, and the perfect ageing roundness that makes Santa Teresa 1796 distinctive and inimitable.
  • Aged up to 35 years.
  • Alcohol content: 40º.

Tasting notes
  • To the sight: amber reddish color.
  • To the nose: fruity aroma.
  • To the palate: honeyed, fruit and wood notes, complex, firm bodied yet delicate, elegant and velvety.

Observations

Drinking suggestions: straight up, on the rocks or with sparkling water (preferably Solán de Cabras).

Source: Osborne
Product Website: Ron Santa Teresa


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