Bacardi Introduces India To their ‘Personal Reserve Rum’ with Bacardi Reserva Ocho
If you could bottle the taste of the tropics, it would taste exactly like BACARDÍ Reserva Ocho, an eight-year-old golden sipping rum from the Master of Rums, BACARDÍ.
The newest addition to the brand’s portfolio in India is the heritage premium portfolio consisting of four new rums. Created in 1862, BACARDÍ Reserva Ocho is one of the oldest private rums in the world, enjoyed for seven generations by the BACARDÍ family as their personal reserve, and has now been introduced to the world. A spirit aged under the Caribbean sun in American White Oak barrels and filtered through charcoal for a smooth finish.
This rum has been barrel-aged for 8 years for a smooth finish, and exuberates a rich mahogany tint, making it an enchanting drinking experience. It has warm tasting notes of prune, apricot, nutmeg and vanilla. The eight year old is that special, rich, super-aged rum—the kind you see people savouring on a sprawling patio filled with Latin bomba music, on a breezy street near the beach.
Unlike any other rum, BACARDÍ Reserva Ocho is best sipped on the rocks! In case you’re a lover of cocktails, the ‘Old Fashioned’ and the ‘Old Cuban’ are the way to go.
The product was first launched in Delhi by BACARDÍ through an immersive Caribbean experience called the ‘Rum Room’, and was followed by launches in Mumbai and Bengaluru.