Bacardi Oakheart Spiced Rum Spirit Drink

70cl / 35%
Bacardi Oakheart Spiced Rum Spirit Drink
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Bacardi Oakheart is a spiced rum-based spirit and is so-called because some of the rums are matured in ex-bourbon oak casks. Notes of brown sugar, honey and burnt vanilla custard with a short, lightly cinnamony finish.
Type
Molasses
Colouring
Yes

Bacardi Oakheart Spiced Rum Spirit Drink Reviews

46 Customer Reviews

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  • 5
    11 days ago

    Although this has mixed reviews, I am definetly a fan of liquor. And this one was delicious. I'm not big into spiced rum, I've tried many. But this one definetly taste great (to me). One of the best I've had in a long time. What the chances of a free bottle for a great review haha

  • 3
    19 January

    ok but not as mellow as the old Bacardi Spice shame they don't make it anymore

  • 5
    11 January

    I love it! So much flavor!!

  • 2
    12 November 2016

    Hello, this is a review from Finland written on 12 November 2016. I am not an expert on Rum and have only tasted very few, I am more into Whiskey. I have to say the taste of Oakheart is very "naive" if I can put it like that, a liquid made for kids with immature taste, it is too rich in vanilla and sweetness, quite artificial with no aftertaste, in my opinion because it is difficult to enjoy as such it perhaps is best being blended with something else? I would like to give it only 1 star, but because I am not a pro on Rum I try to restrain myself being too critical, so I give 2 stars.

  • 1
    12 November 2016

    Spiced rum is really the only thing I drink, and this is the worst rum I've ever had. Mixed one drink and couldn't even finish it.

  • 5
    11 October 2016

    Very pure taste

  • 2
    12 June 2016

    Just a commercial poor cousin. Wouldn't recommend, prefer Captain Morgan Spiced, Old J or Appleton if I'm drinking neat, this is just for bars where people don't know any better!

  • 2
    12 June 2016

    Just a commercial poor cousin

  • 5
    22 April 2016

    Refreshing with a unique taste

  • 2
    17 March 2016

    Rotgut. In a blind tasting (of my own 15 different rums) I rated this the lowest and presumed it to be a supermarket value brand. Quite unpleasant, really, and of course not a Rum, but a "spirit drink" as it is only 35% alcohol. Artificial, rough flavour. Sugary and cheap. Slightly ameliorated by mixing with coke. If this had been my introduction to rum drinking, I don't suppose I would have bothered trying any more.

  • 5
    30 January 2016

    a smooth, very satisfying drink with a gentle hint of spices.

  • 4
    27 December 2015

    Very smooth buttery flavor. Casking has a favorable impact.

  • 5
    5 December 2015

    It was introduced to me, not a fan thou but excellent taste!

  • 5
    4 October 2015

    Smooth with subtle touches of oak and spice. In fact, very smooth!

  • 5
    3 May 2015

    Amazing my favorite rum.

  • 4
    27 April 2015

    A profound drink not for the profane. I tried it, though I endeavoured to validate my opinion by having more seasoned rum drinkers taste it. Indeed the hint of the old casket is there, but slightly oppressed by the other tastes which make up this tapestry of different tastes and hints.

  • 4
    22 March 2015

    Had this last night with cola, and was surprised how good it tasted.

  • 5
    11 February 2015

    Amazing. I am usually not a dark rum fan, but this is so delicious with Coca-Cola. I can taste the vanilla and the spices. Really good.

  • 1
    17 January 2015

    Easily one of the most grotesque liquors I''ve had the displeasure of drinking. I''m a bourbon fanatic who also loves rum, so I figured a rum aged in charred oak barrels (an integral part of the bourbon process) would be right up my alley. I was wrong. This swill tastes like you''re sucking on a liquefied charred oak barrel. It''s especially unfortunate because it seems like there''s a really good blend of spices in the rum, but you can only taste them for a moment before the overpowering charred oak taste pushes them aside. It''s not that I dislike smoky flavors, either: I love a good glass of Johnny Walker Double Black. The fact of the matter is that Bacardi Oakheart tries to combine two great things (charred oak taste, spiced rum) and fails to do justice to either of them.

  • 5
    19 December 2014

    I''m in Nassau trying Oakheart. Love it! The Gold rum can have a harsh bite but not this. Very smooth.

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