Again I should probably apologize to Castro fo classifying this as Cuban.  I plan to do some more research soon but this is the basic run down.  Bacardi rum was originally made in Cuba by the Spanish (i.e. from Spain) Bacardi family.  But the family apparently fled as a result of the political turmoil.  Havana Club is the national rum of Cuba (read owned/made by the current communist government).  I read that Havana Club has been suing Bacardi for years to get them to remove "Casa Fundada en Cuba" (translation House Founded in Cuba) from their label and to cease making any and all claims that Bacardi is Cuban rum since it is no longer made there, and hasn't been for quite some time. 

In any case, this is a nice everyday rum.  It's not nearly as flavourful as most of the other rums in here, but it's good to have around.  I think it would be a good starter rum if you wanted to move into the world of spiced/dark rums.

I am also fairly sure this is the rum my grandma used years ago when we made the rum pot (see The Kitchen) but it may have been called Bacardi Amber at that time...