Liquor Review Notes:
Bacardi rums were first developed by the founder Facundo Bardi Massó, whose name is with the privately held company to this day. The rum was made in Cuba for a great period of time until 1975, when it moved to Puerto Rico due to the Communist revolution.
Bacardi 1873 Solera is considered to be their premium, single-barrel, "sipping rum." It is named for the same year as the Virginius Affair, an event where an American vessel was captured by Spanish ships and its crew executed. The rum is aged up to three years of charred oak.
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