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Bacardi Oakheart Spiced Rum Spirit Drink

(70cl, 35%)

Bacardi Oakheart Spiced Rum Spirit Drink

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Bacardi Oakheart Bottling Note

A delicious spiced rum spirit drink (technically, it's not a rum as the abv is below 37.5%) from Bacardi, launched in Autumn 2011. Some of the rums used to make Oakheart were aged in bourbon casks, and the result is fantastic. Brings up oodles of vanilla, cinnamon and rum notes. An instant classic that will be perfect as a Winter warmer, or in a refreshing Dirty Mojito in the Summer!

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Creamy vanilla to the fore with notes of crème caramel, soft spices, maple syrup and fruit.

Palate: Fruity, intensely creamy palate with pepper and woody spices. Custard apples, golden syrup and cinnamon.

Finish: Long finish with allspice and ginger.

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Bacardi Oakheart Spiced Rum Spirit Drink Reviews

3/5 because it’s not really a rum

Delicious hints of bourbon and warm wood . Followed by vanilla and dark fruits as described . It’s better than I expected . Much easier and more complexed than Capt Morgan’s or lambs . Try it , you’ll like it .

7th February 2020

Southern comfort pretending to be rum

Tastes a lot like SoCo with a little extra wood thrown in. A perfect rum to just neck a few with friends rather than drink in contemplation.

13th January 2019

Ok for the coin

Ok Rum. There is better, but maybe not at that price. The Kracken is good.
The one from Nicaragua... What's it called... Is great.

23rd October 2018

Smooth n Sweet

Goes very well on it’s own as well as when poured over ice. The smoky flavour and light after taste ensures the Oakheart remains a constant in my bar

11th September 2018

Best Spiced Rum

Great tasting Spiced Rum. Beats Morgan Spice hands down. Lovely straight

7th November 2017

Low alcohol content. Heavy on calories though.

Loved it

24th September 2017

not a fan

i prefer Morgans spiced to this,flavours feel added,buy Havana club instead or Sailor Jerry.

17th April 2017


Super delicious, a little sweet, lovely flavor. Wonderful to drink straight

19th June 2016

This is good stuff!

I'll never give something a low rating based on price or past reputation of other products. I received a bottle of this three years ago from my daughter and son-in-law for Christmas. I was very impressed with the non-clove, non-perfumy flavor associated with other spiced rums. Bacardi did a nice job with this one. I agree that there is some vanilla...didn't really pick up on the cinnamon...for me, this was like sipping Bacardi Gold with caramel undertones. I like to mix this with cola, ginger beer, ginger ale, or sip it on the rocks...even neat occasionally.

1st June 2016

Wood and...not much else

This particular bottling is directed toward whiskey drinkers, an attempt to draw from a different market, and personally, I feel that it missed the mark slightly. As a rum, it is decent...wood (oak) dominates the palate, however I noticed that, since it is labeled as a "spiced" rum, there is a distinct lack of vanilla and other typical elements. That's not to say that they are completely absent, however they are quite muted compared to many other spiced offerings. With that said, the low ABV is more disappointing and leaves me with a desire for something more.

For the typical Cuba Libre, it is as good as any and that may be its only redeeming value.

31st March 2016

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