Discover the taste of Zacapa premium rum

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What is the first thing you check when you buy a wine or rum?  Well, if you want to taste the best rum then you would want to try Zacapa premium rum.  They say that the older the rum, the better aroma and taste it will have.  There is one compelling story in Zapaca about the world’s best tasting rums.  It all began 1976 in eastern Guatemala where the town of Zacapa celebrated its centenary and gave birth of the Zapaca rum.  Zapaca premium dark rum and aged rum has distinctive taste that you can't find in any other rum.

Meanwhile, further west the terrain is perfectly suited to the cultivation of quality sugar cane.  The cane is grown in volcanic soil, no less.  They produced and process the rum different than other rum.  Zacapa uses only the concentrated first press of sugar cane, known as virgin sugar cane honey.  Then comes the ageing process, which takes place high up in the exquisitely beautiful Quetzaltenango highlands, 2,300 metres above sea level, where the cool mountain air slows the ageing process, creating a unique complexity of flavour.  Discover the remarkable story of Zapaca age rum by visiting their website.   

Learn the story of how they made the rum and the processing involved to come up with the tastiest rum in the world.  Visit to sign up.  Simply register your interest to unveil the story of this remarkable rum.  Trace the story of Zacapa rum, embark upon a journey that will take you from tropical lowlands to high above the clouds.  Feel free to join the Zacapa Society where members have the opportunity to learn more extraordinary details about this exceptional brand.  You will also have the opportunity to influence the direction of the society itself and perhaps might even pick up an occasional reward for their efforts along the way.

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kat said...

yay, maayo pa sya kay naay SS. ako kay nalimtan na waaaaaaaaa.

Dhemz said...

tagay ta bay...ehehhee...wala man ko ani mananapa!