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Selva Rey Owner’s Reserve Rum Review and Unboxing


There’s no shortage of celebrity back booze on the liquor store shelves. From film directors like Steven Soderbergh to actors like George Clooney, Bryan Cranston, and Robert DeNiro, they all seem to be jumping on the booze bandwagon.

On today’s episode of A Tasting at The Murder Table, we’re reviewing a Rum that is backed by one of the best entertainers in the business, Bruno Mars. The Rum is called Selva Rey

and the expression that we’ll be discussing is the Owner’s Reserve.

Here’s a bit more information taken from a press release that landed in our inbox not very long ago:

The pinnacle of the SelvaRey collection, Owner’s Reserve is a premium aged rum hand selected from the deep cellars of Master Distiller Don “Pancho” Francisco Fernandez. The “Owner” in Owner’s Reserve, Bruno Mars tasked the rum making legend with blending his finest aged rums across the distillery’s best vintage blends to make a highly nuanced, deliciously smooth offering that would rival the best aged rums on the market. A pure expression of Panama’s unique terroir, this 40% abv sipping rum combines 15 and 25 Year Old blends, with a profound weight yet striking elegance. It begins with aromas of caramelized brown sugar, pipe tobacco, Pedro Ximenez sherry, and orange peel, while finishing with endlessly silky notes of baked apple crumble and roasted Brazilian nut.

My oh my! That sure sounds delicious and inviting. To find out if the Selva Rey Owner’s Reserve tastes as good as it sounds, click the play button on the following video:

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Many thanks to Magrino PR for sending us this very generous sample!

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