Santa Teresa - Blanco - Venezuelan White Rum

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Santa Teresa - Blanco
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Description:
The Santa Teresa Master Blender introduces Blanco, a blend of premium aged rums.

After 3 to 5 years in oak barrels the rum is filtered to achieve brilliance and transparency.

The combination of light rums makes it the perfect base for cocktail mixing, accomplishing the right balance of flavours between the rum and other ingredients.



Category(s):     Rum
Group(s):     White Rum
Producer: Santa Teresa   -   www.ronsantateresa.com
ABV:   40%
Brand:   Santa Teresa
Country of Origin:   Venezuela
Rum Style:   Light

Pricing

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6 Products From this Producer

ProductAvailabilitySizePrice
Santa Teresa - 1796In Stock   70cl Bottle£ 43.66
Santa Teresa - ArakuIn Stock   50cl Bottle£ 16.50
Santa Teresa - ClaroIn Stock   70cl Bottle£ 17.75
Santa Teresa - Gran ReservaIn Stock   70cl Bottle£ 18.20
Santa Teresa - Rhum OrangeIn Stock   70cl Bottle£ 33.28
Santa Teresa - SelectoIn Stock   70cl Bottle£ 33.47

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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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