Spiced rum / coca leaves / 70cl / 35% VOL
Bolivia is one of the largest producers of coca and tobacco leaves in the world. These aromas inspired our Gran Chaco Bolivia Rum. For the creation of our bottle, we drew our inspiration from the rich history of Bolivia, and more precisely from the Tiwanaku site which stands there. In the midst of mystical touches representing Inca rites and ceremonies, you will find in particular references to the shamans of the region, venerated for their knowledge and their intoxicating preparations. We also find the motifs of ritual vases, ceremonial masks, and other elements of places of worship. Finally, the purple color, associated with the mystical and the religious, is a symbol of spirituality and access to the divine.
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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