A delightful light golden rum of incomparable taste, Angostura 1919 is one of the most successful rums of the House of Angostura. Named for the year it was casks, Angostura 1919 is a light blend of rums aged in charred, used bourbon casks and distilled in Angostura’s multi-column continuous still.
Angostura 1919 is a rum with a unique story. In 1932, following a catastrophic fire hundreds of charred casks filled with rum, were found at Trinidad’s Government Rum Bond. Creative blending of this precious find, rum that had been aging 13 years, resulted in a delightful light golden rum of incomparable taste. This ‘spirit of Trinidad’, was proudly shipped to Trinidadian troops fighting far away from home in World War II.
• 2015 – Gold, San Francisco World Spirits Competition
• 2016 – Gold, World Spirit Awards
• 2020 – Silver, San Francisco World Spirits Competition
• 2020 - 95 points, Ultimate Spirits Challenge
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