Havana Club Anejo 7 Year Rum

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Havana Club Anejo 7 Year Rum is highly versatile. Crafted for sipping, it can be enjoyed on the rocks and is ideal for your cocktails. This dark rum, matured in ex-Bourbon barrels, showcases the rich natural flavours of Cuba. The spirit unveils the tastes of the Cuban terroir: aromatic tobacco, sweet tropical fruits, molasses, spices & vanilla.

Havana Club 7 embodies the Cuban rum style, with its lightness and freshness paired with the complexity and elegance that comes from natural tropical ageing. Each Havana Club rum undergoes a distinct ageing process to release the optimum flavours for specific cocktails or simply for sipping.

Tasting Notes: Havana Club Anejo 7 Year Rum is highly versatile. Crafted for sipping, it can be enjoyed on the rocks and is ideal for your cocktails. This dark rum, matured in ex-Bourbon barrels, showcases the rich natural flavours of Cuba. The spirit unveils the tastes of the Cuban terroir: aromatic tobacco, sweet tropical fruits, molasses, spices, and vanilla from the continuous ageing process, enhanced by the slow release of aromas.


  • CLASSIFICATION: Single Traditional Rum (Distilled using a traditional column still from a single distillery)
  • Distillery: Havana Club Distillery
  • ORIGIN: Santa Cruz del Norte, Cuba
  • AGE: 7 Years (Tropical Aging)
  • CASKS: ex-Bourbon
  • ABV: 40% | 700ml

$59.99 inc. GST

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Havana Club Anejo 7 Year Rum is a Cuban tradition! Rum is an essential part of Cuban culture, shaped by the country’s climate, geography, history and people. As its finest expression, the Havana Club range represents this rich heritage. Produced by Maestros del Ron Cubano following traditional Cuban rum making methods, the Havana Club rum embodies the spirit of Cuba, enjoyed by Cantineros and rum drinkers around the world to the rhythm of the best Cuban music.

Cuba has a long tradition of rum-making. It dates way back to 1493, when Christopher Columbus introduced sugar cane to the island. The crop flourished in the favourable climate and fertile soil. The production of sugar soon followed, and by 1620 there were 50 sugar refineries in Cuba. By the 1800s, the rum-making process had been refined, with the introduction of copper stills and the concept of ageing the spirit in pots buried in the earth and wooden barrels. The second half of the 19th century saw the production of a lighter, more delicate rum, aged in white oak casks, developed initially “for the elite” on the instruction of the Spanish Crown.

Havana Club Anejo 7 Year Rum is the pride of the Havana Club portfolio, its quality the result of strict adherence to traditional processes. It is composed of rums aged for a minimum of 7 years, some substantially older, in white oak barrels. This patient process instils in the drink a powerful and complex aroma and taste. Appreciated as a slow sipping rum which like Anejo Reserva, perfectly compliments its Cuban brother, the Havana cigar.

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Weight 1.45 kg

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