Ron Brugal Gran Reserva 1888 Doblemente Anejado
1888, the year that commemorates the inauguration of Brugal y Compania by Don Andres
, reappears on the Italian market with a new look. Two major product innovations: a new bottle and a complete handover to the fifth generation of maestros roneros. Indeed, the selection of casks that make up the final rum is now in the hands of Gustavo, Jassil and Miguel. Fourth-generation masters also collaborated in the previous edition. This rum features double aging (
), as proudly communicated on the label. The distillate ages in the Dominican Republic for the first 8 years in American ex-bourbon oak barrels and, with the liquids withstanding an average annual evaporation of 8 to 12 percent, for an additional 4 to 6 years in Spanish ex-sherry oloroso red oak barrels.
lends itself to a dual experience depending on the serving temperature. Drunk at temperatures below 20°, the flavor profile directly related to aging in Oloroso Sherry prevails. When, however, the liquid reaches 24-26°, the perfect blend of the two American and European woods is encountered.