Bacardi - 151 - High Proof 1 Litre Bottle

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Bacardi - 151
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1 Litre Bottle
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Bacardi 151 rum is not for the faint hearted.

151 contains the craft and the authentic credentials of a great Bacardi rum but it's the one that lives on the wild side.

151 is definitely a drink that harkens back to the days when rum was consumed by men bent on having a premium, high-proof golden rum.



Category(s):     Rum
Group(s):     Overproof Rum
Producer: Bacardi   -   www.bacardi.com
ABV:   75.5%
Brand:   Bacardi
Country of Origin:   Cuba
Rum Style:   Overproof

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6 Product Reviews

Date of Review: Tue, 08 Jul 2008
Author:
Review: I have a friend from N.Y. who brings me 2 bottles of this fine rum every time he visits me. The last time I drank a bottle with my girlfriend and another friend and we all enjoyed the experience. By the way, I am expecting another two of them next week so cheers everybody.

Date of Review: Tue, 02 Jan 2007
Author:
Review: i dont own a bottle of this but my dad and uncle both do.....this gives me a good excuse for plenty of family visits. Once you get over the initial shock of the first sip, (its a shock because you think your mouth is actualy disintegrating), its quite a pleasant drink with flavour in spades. However your taste buds do have to work quite hard to identify the flavours as, as soon as the first few centilitres are in your mouth it immediatley evaporates and in turn turns the inside of your mouth, tongue, lips into a raging inferno.
Its not a drink for anyone of a nervous disposition and a couple of doubles will have you seeing stars. you will also find it hard to get a good mouthfull, prefering instead to take minute sips.
That said you will find it hard to find a bottle with flavour and kick in equal measures. This is the hard man of rum, the ass kicking, eye gouging, village terrorising dragon of unsympathetic ugliness. Dont get on the wrong side of it!!

Date of Review: Fri, 28 Jul 2006
Author:
Review: This drink requires (and whole-heartedly deserves) the utmost respect. It can liven your evening up and ensure some pretty memorable times, if you treat her right. If you abuse her, she'll sink her teath in and send you straight to hell!
It's strength lends itself to being seen as nothing more than a bravado-drink where men prove they are men but, in fact, it is a great addition to shooters, cocktails and punches or straight up. It got me through a year in Canada and we had our highs and we had our lows but I always came back!
Highly recommended!

Date of Review: Fri, 21 Jul 2006
Author:
Review: Well, yes, it is over three-quarters pure alcohol, but boy does this give a kick to a cocktail. I first had it in a Planter's Punch by the pool bar at the Mirage in Vegas, and managed to see what the barman put into it before I slipped under the table. Since then it has livened up a good few summer parties and is worth every penny. Try it!

Date of Review: Wed, 02 Mar 2005
Author:
Review: as i drink from the bottle i feel more and more level headed. until, that is, it hits me. this 151 packs a punch if youre a serious "drink from the bottle" drinker. the flame arrester doesnt much lend itself to drinking straight out of the bottle, but i guess it kind of doubles as a limiter of sorts. if i didnt leave the flame arrester on i am sure i would have beeen long since under the table.
i recommend this drink to nearly anyone that is interested in a drink that will make your heart stop.

Date of Review: Mon, 07 Feb 2005
Author:
Review: Definately not for the weak hearted as this stuff could possibly kill you.
It is very strong in taste and alcohol content. Even if you aren't a Bacardi drinker you shouldn't be put off that this is made by Bacardi as that is where the similarity ends. The taste can mainly be described as what you'd imagine Meths to be like but you don't drink it for the taste, it's more of a bloke thing.
If you get a chance, give it a try, if you dare.

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Producer Information

Since 1965 they have been making Bacardi rum at the Bacardi & Company Limited distillery on New Providence and proud to say that BACARDI rum is the only rum produced locally in the Bahamas and that it was the first major product to be exported from the Bahamas.

At the New Providence facility, they perform all phases of rum production, from fermentation and distillation to aging, blending and bottling. BACARDI & Company Limited currently exports the equivalent of seven million standard cases of rum to Europe per year. They continually invest in and improve their 61-acre New Providence facility, adding new buildings, equipment and cutting-edge technology. These improvements allow them to increase production of their high quality Bacardi products, which in turn boosts the economy of the Bahamas.

In front of the original Bacardi factory in Santiago de Cuba sits a small patch of earth where four decades ago, a 98-year-old old coconut palm once stood. The palm was not merely a decorative element - in fact, plans for the factory's expansion were altered just to accommodate the palm's seniority.

"El Coco," as the palm continues to be referred to by the Bacardi family, has its own history. It was the subject of a correspondence between the BACARDI brothers, Facundo and Emilio. In a letter dated February 28th 1915, Facundo writes from New York to his brother Emilio in Santiago, who has previously informed him that despite the expansion of the factory, "El Coco" would be saved.

In 1959, the Cuban totalitarian regime began to deny liberties and after 98 years of vigilance, the beloved Coconut palm began to wither and die. Sure enough, six months after its death, on October 14, 1960, the totalitarian regime illegally seized the Company and all its assets, including the small patch of green earth. No coconut palm was planted in 'el Coco's' place as the Family fled their island nation with just the clothes on their backs. In Santiago a popular legend stated, "The BacardiCompany in Cuba will survive just as long as 'el Coco' lives."

Outside of Cuba, Family members, Executives and Employees continue the BACARDI tradition of planting Coconut palms wherever there is a vacant patch of earth. While the original site in Santiago remains under totalitarian control, as does the entire island, three things are for sure: one day, hopefully not too far away, a new coconut palm will be planted in Santiago de Cuba. This palm will be planted in the same patch of green earth where Facundo Bacardi planted the coconut palm in 1862. The palm will be planted by BACARDI family members and will stand as a testament to the faithful palm, lovingly known as "el Coco".

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