Pampero

Pampero

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Pampero is 100 per cent dark Venezuelan rum, a blend of several rums aged for a minimum of two years in white oak casks. The white oak casks, in which Pampero rum is aged, are stored in the Hacienda in Ocumane, Venezuela. Pampero Rum became the first rum to be given the aged, anejo designation by the Venezuelan government, thanks to the insistence of co-founder Alejandro Hernandez on ageing in oak casks for new standards of quality and flavour. Hernandez took the name Pampero from the gauchos who rode the plains in South America, and the logo on the label shows a local cowboy sitting astride a rearing horse in the Venezuelan plains.

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