||Tanduay Silver Asian Rum
Joined: Jul 20, 2008
From: Port Saint Lucie, FL
|Posted: 2014-06-10 07:09 am  Permalink|
Took a look 'round the site to see if there were any posts on this....the ones I found reference the Tanduay 1854 that's available in the Philippines. Visited my fiance, (now my wife) in Mindanao in 2004/2005, but I was more a beer drinker then (drank lots of San Mig, another....Gold Eagle or something?, Beer Na Beer), but never tried the Tanduay.
Anyway, was looking through the proof66.com site, clicked on their "Top Rated Best Rums" link to see what's what. Surprise! Found Tanduay Silver Asian Rum listed. Showed it to my wife and she's struttin' 'round the house with National Pride.
Anybody try the Silver yet? The posts I've found for the 1854 shows some positive reviews. Thinking about lookin' 'round locally and see if I can score some (got a local distributor who's gotten me San Mig and Red Horse).
Joined: Jan 23, 2011
From: Tampa Bay
|Posted: 2014-06-10 07:54 am  Permalink|
I've tried the 1854 15 y.o.; the 12 y.o.; and the ESQ dark (think its 5 y.o.). All excellent, all lugged over by friends in carry-on after purchasing for about $3 or $4 in the PI.
haven't yet tried the silver or gold imports; i'm just not used to paying over five bucks for Tanduay...
Joined: Jul 02, 2013
From: Ft Misery, Fl
|Posted: 2014-06-10 08:29 am  Permalink|
I tried both at rum renaissance in Miami last month. They were both good mixers I wouldn't use either as sippers though. I did prefer the gold though.
Grand Member (5 years)
Joined: Apr 03, 2008
From: Deep in the Jacksonville Florida jungle.
|Posted: 16 days ago; 09:35 am  Permalink|
In a lazy mood last night, in a hurry to sit down with a drink and watch a movie at home. Tanduay Silver and diet coke was my choice. WOW, quite a surprise how good it was. Suprisingly tasty. If you have it, test it and see how you like it.
There are four Tanduay threads here on TC. Should I post this to all four and cover all bases? I think so!