Dictador Aged 20 Year Rum Review

Rum Raiders try out the Dictador 20 Rum.

Dictador distillery is located in Cartagena de Indias in Colombia. The Dictador 20 is made from sugar cane honey and aged using the Solera System between 14 to 24 years.

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Tom R says:

Move to Chicago, the Dictador 20 yr is only $50 here and the Plantation is just under $50.

Dictador is one of my favorite rum producers. Their 100 month aged rum is around $35 a bottle here in Chicago and I love all of them (haven’t tried the Claro yet) neat.

The two versions of the Dictador XO are much nicer than the 20 yr version but with what you pay for rums there I don’t think you will try them. In Chicago the XOs are around $100 a bottle and worth having one of each on hand for a special occasion for sipping.

If you can find Zafra, should be around the same price as Ron Zacapa, I think you would really enjoy that one as well.

sclogse1 says:

Why not just freeze the Rum instead of adding ice cubes? (freeze til really cold, not frozen). But I bet you’ll find that room temp is where the flavor is. Now what you guys should really be doing is making Chi Chi’s with this stuff. Much more fun.

The River Pirate says:

Aye Mateys, I enjoyed watching your review! Ye Plantation rum here in the oldest city is $45. I haven’t seen the Dictador 20 around here yet but I am thinking it would be in the same price range. A lot of the mom and pop liquor stores carry different rums than the chain stores do. I still cant over how much tax you have to pay for rum!

Zenksy Zinko says:

where in washington can you buy Plantation 20th XO, because I would really love to try some but don’t know which stores carry it near seattle

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