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70cl / 35% VOL
Bolivia is one of the largest producers of coca leaf and tobacco in the world. For our Gran Chaco Ron Bolivia version, we were inspired by these aromas for the composition of our rum. Bolivia has a rich history, particularly with the presence of the Tiwanaku site which inspired us for the design of our bottle.
We wanted to represent the rites and Inca ceremonies, this evokes the "mystical" and refers to shamans who were revered at the time for their knowledge and preparations intoxicating. In the patterns we find the vases of rituals, the place of cult, ceremonial masks. The color purple is a symbol of spirituality and access to the divine. It is associated with the mystical and the religious.
Attack: Round and greedy, in agreement with the nose with notes of smoked wood.
Palate: Herbaceous and tobacco note
Finish: Mid-long and sweet toasted note
Attack: Intense with precise notes of smoked wood.
Nose: Herbal and toasted
Finish: Light and sweet
A gold colored rum with amber reflections.
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