Bottle : 70 cl
Vol. : 40%
Manufactured by a family of Guatemala long entrepreneurial tradition, it stems from the fertile plantations and mineral properties Botran House, whose sugar cane juice is concentrated to 75% to get the miel virgen, the rich cane juice. Directly fermented and distilled using methods designed internally, the rum reaches maturity in Quetzaltenango bottaie at 2400 meters above sea level resting, according to the solera system of four woods ( four blocks ), in barrels of American whiskey, American whiskey moderately toasted and, finally, Porto and Sherry. Exquisite blend of rums aged up to 14 years, distilled from the juice of sugar cane subject to slow fermentation. Botran Ron Añejo Reserva is aged according to the Solera system at 2,400 meters above sea level, in barrels of American white oak, new and toasted, which previously contained sherry and American Whiskey aged; Finally, they are placed in casks that have matured Porto. COLOR: Mahogany with glossy reflections. BODY: very dense, with deep bows. Bouquet: complex and expressive, with apparent presence of toasted wood and a slight smell of vanilla in the background. Hints of green apple, dried cranberries, and orange zest, lime dried. Spicy flavors like cloves, cinnamon and nutmeg combined with caramel. TASTE: dry . Seductive. Blast. In perfect balance with woody notes that are derived from the barrels. Emerging flavors of candied fruit, red berries, ripe fruit and spices such as cloves; lingering taste, final robust and mature.