Don Papa Baroko 70cl

Filipino Spirit • 70cl • 40%
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Don Papa Baroko
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Country Filipino Spirit
Distillery/Brand Don Papa

Don Papa Baroko

The Don Papa distillery, based in the Phillipines have created this cheerful spirit distilled from molasses, milled locally on the island of Negros. It is aged in American oak and infused with local sugar so should make a wonderful sipper for those with a sweet tooth, or anyone looking to sweeten up some classic rum cocktails!

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Intensely sweet mouth coating vanilla wafts over charred oak, candied fruit and banana fritters smothered in rich, brown sugar.

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Reviews for Don Papa Baroko
Great sipper
As the other reviewers have said this is a gem of a rum, very enjoyable to sip neat and unlike the expensive Cuban rums I've tried isn't filled with an aftertaste of tobacco and furniture polish! I haven't tried it with a mixer because it's so enjoyable on it's own.
Seacroft Dean , United Kingdom
4 months ago
Very nice
Very nice smooth fruity flavour very palatable as a neat rum top notch
Mr M.J C , United Kingdom
11 months ago
Smooth. Sweet. And No Ropey Whiskey/Tobacco Aftertaste. 👍🏻
Don Papa Baroko possesses a sweet and fruity aroma, which in my book is a good trait to have for any rum. Drank neat, there isn’t one stand out, unique flavour that defines this rum. What you get instead, is a drink that is smooth and sugary (definitely too sweet for the rum purists, which I am not) with the fantastic bonus of NOT having a whiskey/smoky/woody and or tobacco aftertaste. Drank as a long drink with Coca-Cola as the mixer, Baroko becomes even more silkier and even more of a saccharine laden delight. So, for all you rum enthusiasts who have a sweet tooth and who aren’t too keen on rums that taste like whiskey, or even worse, taste as if they’ve had a Cuban Cigar crumbled into it, then I definitely suggest you buy a bottle of Don Papa Baroko. The only problem you’ll have with this, isn’t the price, but the fact that it’s so dam moreish it’s not going to last you very long in your drinks cabinet!
Anello Galizia , United Kingdom
one year ago
Rum whisky crossover
Even better than the original don papa IMO. The initial taste of a rum with the warming finish of a whisky. Give it a try you won't be disappointed.
Master of Malt Customer
one year ago