Ron Carúpano 21

Categoría: Ultra- Premium.
Presentation: Single presentation in bottle of 0.75 liters.
Authentic 40° G.L aged rum (40% Alc. by Vol./ 80° U.S. Proof) in a glass bottle, sealed with a quality cork and case. Containing aged stocks of up to 21 years without loss reposition.


Rum displays a light brown color with amber and blond raisin highlights. Aromas of citric fruits, orange peel confit, grapefruit, and mandarins mixed with salty sea breeze. The citrus is joined by butter, popcorn and caramel notes to form a mouth-watering scent. Slight sweetness in the mouth gives way to diverse salinity, balanced by a closing touch of bitter.


Consume in a short glass on the rocks with an orange section or twisted peel.


  • Golden Fork Grand Prize (2006, 2018)
  • The Polished Palate: Bronze Medal (2008, 2010)
  • International Congress of Madrid: Silver Medal (2013) Bronze Medal (2014, 2015)
  • BCN Rum Congress: Bronze Medal (2017)
  • Brussels World Contest - Spirits Selection: Silver Medal (2017)
  • London Spirits Competition: Silver Medal (2019)
  • London Spirits Competition: Silver Medal (2020)

Enjoy preparing



• 1 oz Ron Añejo Carúpano Reserva 21 Limitada
• 2 oz of J1 (orange juice infused with spices)
• Smoked spices (cinnamon, coffee beans, pepper, among others)


In a table or flame resistant dish, burn your preferred spices (cinnamon, coffee beans, pepper, among others). Place the glass upside down covering them, so that the smoke permeates the inside, turn the right way up and place a whole ice shard in the glass incorporating all the ingredients. Stir and decorate with an orange twist. Old Fashioned Smoked Glass



• 2 oz Ron Añejo Carúpano Reserva 21 Limitada
• ½ tablespoon of sugar loaf (Papelón)
• 1 dash of rosemary bitter
• Tangerine or orange skin
• ½ oz soda


In an old fashioned glass, add sugar loaf (Papelón), bitter and tangerine or orange skin. Add soda and then grind in a mortar, add the ice and measure the rum as described in the recipe. Finally, it should be stirred with a bar spoon and the oil of a citrus peel squeezed into the cocktail, using a lighter to create a flame. Old Fashioned Glass