Aged Rum Blind Angostura 1919, Plantation 5 year & Don Q 2005 Signature 🔥 Episode 012

Today we take the winner of our last brand blind tasting, Plantation 5 Year Aged rum and compare it up against Don Q 2005 Signature Release Single Barrel and Angostura 1919. We love all of them and we didn’t know what the brands were that were going up against Plantation in this run.

Let us begin the blind tasting battlegrounds!

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Tim Todaro says:

I like the 4 ingredient cocktail books. I don’t have the time to find a load of ingredients

Dave G says:

Watching a playlist while watching football. 3 and counting.

Christopher Baker says:

vintage spirits and forgotten cocktails by ted haig, good book, but all the books u guys mentioned are really good

StrangeLibations says:

Good stuff. I have thoroughly enjoyed the Smugglers Cove book. It is a great place to start for history and reference while at the bar. And a Bottle of Rum almost reads like a novel and is a book you can read at the beach / pool / etc.

Alen Todorovic says:

You Have to Try angostura 1787 and No1 amazing Rum.

Spikes Productions says:

QOTD: I know it’s not a cocktail book, but I think “The Flavor Bible” is an almost-essential tool in creating recipes.

Just(A)Theory says:

got any home medicine recipes you all might know of or have a video of. fighting a terrible sickness right now and im ready to try anything

Natrone011 says:

What’s the last book you guys were discussing that spoke specifically toward bartending?

62harley62 says:

waz up guys…I have a quick question…Do u guys know the estimated price for a James Hennessy Cognac bottle??…. I’ve tried to check online with no results…..

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