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 was created in 1938 by the son of a fisherman Alejandro Hernandez. Hernandez original recipe introduced a distillation process unique to Venezuela.
Pampero set the standard for rum production in Venezuela, and is proudly the first rum to be accredited ‘Anejo’, by the Venezuelan government.
Pampero Especial is a premium rum from Venezuela, described as having a complex spicy and rich aroma with a robust, sweet, smooth and warming taste. Apparently this is often drunk “El Ritual”: rum with lime, sugar and coffee.