Parce 8 Year Straight Colombian Rum

SKU : E74725

Size : 750 ml

Type : Rum

Producer : Parce

Tags: Columbia, Spirits


Description

Gold Medal Winner, Ministry of Rum - Parce 8-year is playful, offering an exquisite aroma of cherries and candied fruit, a pleasing initial taste that is not cloyingly sweet, with a light, easy body and a smooth warm finish with a gentle hint of oak.

Parce was founded by three brothers who simply put, were quite taken with Colombia. Inspired by its beauty and the warmth and hospitality of its people, they wanted to share the time-honored tradition of celebrating quality rum with others. The brothers found the perfect partners in a father-and-son duo of master blenders from Bogota. Arthur and Brojen Fernandes Domecq have a combined history of more than 50 years working with fine rum. The Domecq family boasts nearly three centuries of crafting traditional wine, sherry and brandy in the south of Spain. Brojen's grandfather, Jose Ignacio Domecq, was known in the industry as "La Nariz" (the nose) for his expertise in sniffing and blending. La Nariz's legacy lives on in Colombia with Brojen and Arthur's innate understanding of rum derived from pure ingredients, then carefully aged.

 

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Gold Medal Winner, Ministry of Rum - Parce 8-year is playful, offering an exquisite aroma of cherries and candied fruit, a pleasing initial taste that is not cloyingly sweet, with a light, easy body and a smooth warm finish with a gentle hint of oak.

Parce was founded by three brothers who simply put, were quite taken with Colombia. Inspired by its beauty and the warmth and hospitality of its people, they wanted to share the time-honored tradition of celebrating quality rum with others. The brothers found the perfect partners in a father-and-son duo of master blenders from Bogota. Arthur and Brojen Fernandes Domecq have a combined history of more than 50 years working with fine rum. The Domecq family boasts nearly three centuries of crafting traditional wine, sherry and brandy in the south of Spain. Brojen's grandfather, Jose Ignacio Domecq, was known in the industry as "La Nariz" (the nose) for his expertise in sniffing and blending. La Nariz's legacy lives on in Colombia with Brojen and Arthur's innate understanding of rum derived from pure ingredients, then carefully aged.

 

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