Havana Club Anejo Especial Rum 70cl
Havana Club Anejo Especial Rum 40% vol 70cl - Havana Club's sugar cane is grown in the most fertile of lands and gives birth to one of the finest rums...read more
Havana Club Anejo Especial Rum 40% vol 70cl - Havana Club's sugar cane is grown in the most fertile of lands and gives birth to one of the finest rums in the world.... Havana Club. The aguardientes of this 'anejo especial' are aged in oak barrels, giving it a remarkable aroma and a warm golden glow. Savour it on the rocks, in cocktails, or mixed with cola and other mixers.- Shipping is charged at cost - please email for details prior to ordering, alternatively, we will email you details before processing your order - Visit our shipping costs page for further information http://www.cgarsltd.co.uk/shipping.htm
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