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Espero Coco Caribe Rum

€ 21,98
Espero Coco Caribe Rum

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Content 0,7 liter
ABV 40%
Stated Age Not provided
Cask American Oak
Category Flavored Rum
Distillery Not provided
Country Dominican Republic

Erik adviseert de Espero Coco Caribe Rum gewoon "straight" of "On the Rocks"

Lekker met een citroentje of limoentje


This Rum was certainly not only created for ladies. A flavored Rum or Rum Liqueur often includes a sweet component such as vanilla or chocolate. A typical ingredient offering this flavoring is the coconut. The coconut is often associated with exotic flair and usually grows in countries where Rum is made.

Ron Espero Creole Coco Caribe from the Dominican Republic is perfect for anyone wanting to treat themselves to a popular Rum Liqueur with coconut flavor. Both men and women enjoy Ron Espero Creole Coco Caribe. This clear Rum Liqueur combines the best of Dominican Rum from molasses with hearty, natural notes of ripe coconuts.

Ron Espero Coco Caribe is a Rum based Liqueur, soft, yielding and mild, with sweet and fruity aromas dominating. This Coconut Liqueur is mild and not too sweet and has a relatively high drinking strength of 40% alc./vol. – not to be compared with mass  production products. Fans of coconut flavors will get full value for their money with this Rum Liqueur. Ron Espero Creole Coco Caribe can be enjoyed “on the rocks”, as an ingredient in tropical Cocktails or in long drinks.



Vasco Núnez de Balboa was a Spanish explorer, governor, and conquerors. He crossed Panama from Atlantic to Pacific in 1513, thus becoming the first European to see the Pacific Ocean and reached. Term “Espero” hiss in the old. Spanish slang “hope” and it is this hope to discover new was the driving force Vasco Núnez de Balboa in the New World to travel.

He traveled to the New World and after some exploration, on the island of Hispaniola settled in 1500. He founded the settlement of Santa María la Antigua del Darién in present-day Panama in 1510, that was the first permanent European settlement on the mainland of America.