Ah the good old Rum, as Johnny Depp once put it in Pirates of the Caribbean: "Why is the rum always gone?" This isn't a rum from the Caribbean, however this rum is worth mentioning. Flor de Caña started in 1890 in Chichiglapa, Nicaragua. Flor de Caña uses the finest natural ingredients and a unique slow aged method. It has also been distilled five times.
While most rum's aren't known for being 'slow aged,' this brand uses that unique method which can be found by the age listed on that bottle. This rum comes off zesty, sweet and spicy to the nose. It also has a soft, warm and buttery finish. You can make many drinks with this rum like a Sambatini, a water ship down, or my favorite drink ever... a Grand Mojitio. It typically runs about $15, which in my opinion isn't bad for what you get.