Creamy, sweet, herbal, light, slightly drying, lingering. Woody, vanilla, honey, sweetly fruity, rummy.
When Pampero started to age rum in 1928, Pampero Especial became the first Venezuelan rum to be officially designated añejo (meaning aged).
The ageing occurs in white oak casks, previously used for ageing Bourbon whisky up to five times. Then, triple distillation produces a shiny, rich golden colour, evoking the complexity of the Caribbean coastline, its dramatic mountains, forests and valleys.
Pampero Especial is popular in style bars as either a sipping rum or a highly versatile top-quality cocktail ingredient.