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Solera Rum 

Discover the rums of Solera

Some traditional rums sometimes age their rums using the Solera method. The Solera method was invented and is still practiced in Andalusia to make Sherry still called Xéres or Jerez. A solera is an uninterrupted chain since a certain date of blending older rums with the rums of the year.

The barrels are therefore stor...

Discover the rums of Solera

Some traditional rums sometimes age their rums using the Solera method. The Solera method was invented and is still practiced in Andalusia to make Sherry still called Xéres or Jerez. A solera is an uninterrupted chain since a certain date of blending older rums with the rums of the year.

The barrels are therefore stored in floors of several levels. La Solera is the lowest level of barrels, (the oldest) from which we draw the rum which will be "transfused" into the highest (youngest) rum barrels. Thus the oldest rum comes to elevate, to influence the youngest rum. The desired result in these Solera rums is a mild rum, the molasses used brings notes of caramel and toast. It is difficult to determine the actual age of a rum that mentions a Solera of 12 or 15 years old. This number of years represents the oldest rum, it is not specified in what proportion, the average age therefore differs from one brand to another. This is the only remark that can be made about these rums which in general hold the promise of a beautiful, complex alcohol.

Here are some brands that use Solera for the breeding of their rums. Botran, Centenario, Diplomatico, Esclavo, Matusalem, Prohibido, Riise, Santa Teresa, Zacapa.

These rums are classified into the category of rums of Hispanic tradition.

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