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You are at home, you want to enjoy the taste of rum and orange but you don't have time or desire to take out the ice, look for the bottle of Bacardi Blanco, the orange, peel a twist of this and mix everything. Solution? Bacardi Breezer Orange.
Change of scenery. You're in a joint with friends, waiting at the bar to order. Today you don't want to taste something with a lot of graduation, tomorrow is a hard day and you have to perform at your best at work. Solution? Bacardi Breezer Orange.
The Bacardi Breezer Orange is designed for any situation that comes to mind. But first of all, what are we talking about when we say alcopop? Simply a pre-mixed refreshing drink composed of some strong alcoholic beverage, usually vodka or rum, and accompanied by fruit juice in Europe or flavored drinks or beer in the United States. To all this we must add carbonated water, the third indispensable element to give as a result a refreshing product of 4.4 degrees that in a short time has become one of the star variants of the Cuban brand thanks to the presence of its inimitable white rum.
A classic 27.5 centilitre bottle serves as a refuge for this precious liquid which is the market leader among its peers. Once poured into the glass, Bacardi Breezer Orange displays a light orange colour, letting out fruity aromas of citrus fruits, primarily lemon and orange. Finally, in the mouth it is tasty, fruity and sweet, with the orange and lemon also standing out, along with the irresistible touch of Bacardi White.
As for the best way to taste it, from Yo pongo el hielo we recommend to do it at a temperature between 6 and 8 degrees, or failing that, accompanied by three or four pieces of ice so that its refreshing taste calms our thirst.
More than a century and a half of history is that which contemplates Bacardi, and the great majority of it linked to an unmistakable symbol that arrived as a sign of destiny. It was 1862 when Facundo Bacardi, a Spanish man living in Santiago de Cuba, decided to build a rum distillery from scratch. The first steps of this were important, emphasizing from the beginning the quality of it, but it was a fortuitous fact that caused the brand to take off.
One morning Doña Amalia, Facundo's wife, was outside the distillery watching her business. At that moment a flock of bats escaped and frightened the Bacardi owner at first, but after recovering from the shock her mind began to work, coming to the conclusion that the bat symbol should be printed on all the bottles of her rum. This way consumers, the great majority of whom were illiterate, would be able to recognize their drink just by looking at the bat. A simple gesture, but crucial for us to continue considering Bacardi among the best distilleries in the world after more than 150 years.
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