Ron Caney is still produced today in the original distillery, which was founded in the middle of the 19th century, in Santiago de Cuba. By the way, the name "Caney" comes from the Indian and means hut. The state-monitored production and storage guarantees the state of Cuba with its authenticity banderole on each bottle. Ron Caney Añejo Centuria is stored for at least seven years in oak barrels, deep in limestone caves near Santiago de Cuba, where it develops its full aroma, its incomparable softness and a delicacy that gives the palate an incomparable pleasure. Tasting notes:Colour: Dark gold. Nose: Soft, vanilla, notes of chocolate, dried fruit, spices. Taste: Full-bodied, complex, sweet vanilla, fruity oranges, hints of delicate wood flavors, spices. Finish: Long lasting, pleasant sweetness, vanilla.