Bahama Bob's Rumstyles
Friday, January 28, 2011
Angostura 1919 is an interesting rum stemming from World War I. The soldiers from Trinidad would receive packages from home containing bottles of the local rum that they shared withe their fellow soldiers, insuring the love throughout of this fine rum. This amber-gold rum is aged 8 years in American Oak Bourbon barrels that lends to it's smooth and somewhat delicate on the palate, that does expand a bit and has a long lasting warm finish.
Whether you prefer the 1919 or the 1824, these fine rums are a proud part of the rum heritage of Trinidad.
We have only touched the tip of the "iceberg" here, but these are truly fine rums that won't disappoint you if they are added to the rumstyler's collection. ;o)