Santa Teresa - Araku - Coffee Liqueur 50cl Bottle

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Santa Teresa - Araku
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50cl Bottle
£16.50
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Description:
This mestizo liqueur of rum and coffee is the result of combining Santa Teresa rums, aged for two years in white American oak barrels, with a refined yet powerful coffee infusion. Araku takes its name from the original inhabitants of Aragua, the state where Hacienda Santa Teresa is to be visited.

Nearly opaque, brown hue. Fresh roasted coffee with hints of milk chocolate and aged rum fill the nose. Medium bodied and quite viscous on the entry, while hints of mocha and roasted nuts abound. Finishes with a mild coffee bitterness that adds an unexpectedly refreshing note, inviting the next sip.

Serving suggestions - tremendous as a solo performer or in countless cocktails.



Category(s):     Liqueur
Group(s):     Coffee Flavoured ,   Coffee Liqueur
Producer: Santa Teresa   -   www.ronsantateresa.com
ABV:   28%
Brand:   Santa Teresa
Country of Origin:   Venezuela
Liqueur Type:   Fruit

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1 Product Reviews

Date of Review: Sun, 08 Mar 2009
Author:
Review: Really smooth rich coffee flavours with a hint of chocolate but quite sweet so good over ice.

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Producer Information

Founded in 1796 as a
sugar cane and coffee plantation by Count Tovar y Blanco.
Bought by Gustavo Julio Vollmer in 1885 and the first rums were produced.
Santa Teresa was the third trade mark registered in Venezuela and first amongst the rum category in 1909.
Today is the foremost family-owned business in Venezuela (4th generation)
dedicated to the production and distribution of premium aged rums.
Tropical location, altitude and rainfall give the sugar cane greater yields and sugar content than any other region of the world.
Their continuous fermentation and distillation processes produce lighter
alcohols, which are tamer for ageing. They are also able to produce heavier alcohols used for special blends.
Venezuelan regulations require a minimum of 2 years of ageing in oak barrels in order to merit the designation of 'Rum'.
The denomination of origin ?Ron de Venezuela? has been officially granted in 2004 as a beverage of distinctive quality from a
unique region. (Appellation controlee).

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