January 25, 2012

Arehucas Ron Miel Arrives for Review

arehucas-ron-miel.jpgWe just received a bottle of Ron Miel, known to us English-speaking American types as honey rum. Arehucas honey rum is a product of Spain's Canary Islands, consisting of seven-year-old rum blended with honey.

Weighing in at 40 proof (20% ABV) and dosed with natural honey, this is far sweeter than your average rum, so we can see it being an acquired taste - or an excellent sweetener for cocktails. We'll do some investigative reporting and write up a full review ASAP.

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Posted by Jake Jamieson at January 25, 2012 4:17 PM
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