El Dorado rums are produced to the highest standards and comply with international regulations on age declarations. Therefore, the age in the bottle refers to the age of the youngest rum in the blend, although the oldest may be many more years old.
Since 1670 in Guyana, Ron El Dorado has been produced strictly from molasses from local sugar factories. Through a fairly complex production method.
A style of stills in which they store their rum, they are called Coffey, which are the best known in the world for Irish whiskey and some gins. At El Dorado they have three alembics, a wooden coffey with 250 years of continuous use and unique in the world, a second wooden alembic as well (and a copper lid) and finally a Savalle alembic, which is a continuous distillation style.
Aged in former bourbon barrels. The age declaration on the label refers to the youngest rum in the blend. Due to its unique flavor, El Dorado Rum is considered one of the best rums in the world.
Ron El Dorado 21 Years Special Reserve is a blend of rums aged for a minimum of 21 years and produced in wood and metal stills. This richly crafted rum has been placed in oak barrels for at least 21 years and then artfully blended for you to sip and enjoy.
El Dorado 15 Years Special Reserve is a blend of rums aged for a minimum of 15 years and produced in wood and metal stills. This rum has been kept in oak barrels for at least 15 years and then artfully mixed with Enmore and Diamond Coffey Alembics, Port Mourant Double Wood Alembic, and Versailles Single Wood Alembic, so you can savor and enjoy them. The...
El Dorado 12 Years Old is a blend of rums aged for a minimum of 12 years and produced in wood and metal stills. In El Dorado they have three stills, one Coffey made of wood with 250 years of continuous use and unique in the world, a second wooden still (and copper lid) and finally a Savalle still.