Where is Ron Abuelo rum from?

Where is Ron Abuelo rum from?

Pesé, Panama
About Ron Abuelo

Founder: Don José Varela Blanco
Year Founded: 1908
Distillery Location: Pesé, Panama
Master Distiller / Blender: N/A

Who makes Ron Abuelo rum?

Varela Hermanos S.A. distillery
Ron Abuelo is produced at Panama’s Varela Hermanos S.A. distillery in Pesé. 12 Años is selected from rums aged in ex-bourbon and white oak barrels, which benefit from the effects of the tropical heat.

What kind of liquor is Ron Abuelo?

Brown rum distilled from fermented molasses. Aged 7 years in used whisky and bourbon barrels. One of the fine rums from Panama, this 7 year old rum was one of the best rums I discovered in 2002. Vanilla, toffee and baked fruit in the body lead to a smooth smoky finish.

How do you drink Ron Abuelo?

In a tall glass pour Ron Abuelo and sparkling wine. Top with ginger ale. Pour the Abuelo over ice in a highball glass then fill with ginger beer. Squeeze in a lime wedge.

Is Seco a rum?

Although most assume that rum is Panama’s national liquor, it’s actually Seco—an 80-proof, white spirit distilled from sugarcane. It’s not made from molasses—as most rum is—but most local foodies and chefs say there is no difference, except for the perception.

What can you mix with a Ron?

What mixes well with rum?

  • 1) Tonic water: You can add tonic water to well-aged rum to create a refreshing drink.
  • 2) Lime juice and a slice of lemon: You can add lime juice, mint, and sugar to rum to spice things up a bit.

Is abuelos in Spanish masculine or feminine?


number feminine masculine
plural abuelos
singular abuela abuelo

What is the difference between Seco and rum?

What is Seco in Panama?

Seco Herrerano is considered the national alcoholic beverage of Panama. Triple distilled from sugarcane, it is traditionally used straight or in mixed drinks as a replacement for rum or vodka.

Which country makes the best rum?

1. Barbados. According to the most popular rum origin theory, Barbados is the original home of the spirit. Enslaved people were likely the first to ferment and then distill molasses to produce what would become known as rum.