Uruapan Anejo is a blended rum, made up of 50% sugar cane juice distilled in a copper still and 50% molasses distilled in a French still. The sugar cane and molasses ,variety used is called Saccharum officinarum, and is grown at 4,180 feet above sea level in volcanic soils that are also known as ‘Charanda’ by Purépecha locals. No added flavoring or coloring.
Like agricultural rum, Charanda can be drunk in a wide variety of ways: neat, on the rocks, or even in a tropical cocktail that will whisk you away to the other side of the world!
Mexican spirit protected by a ‘Denominacion de Origen’ (D.O.) and produced in the state of Michoacán in western central Mexico.
The Pacheco family has been producing premium Charanda at Casa Tarasco in the city of Uruapan in the state of Michoacán, Mexico for more than 111 years. The ‘Uruapan’ brand of Charanda is a tribute to the city of the same name, where the Pacheco family has a long, rich history.
Nose: Sugar cane juice, molasses, delicately sweet and saline aromas.
Finish: Bursting with goodness.
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