CONDE DE CUBA rum is harvested, distilled, aged and bottled in a small town in the province of Las Tunas, in southeastern Cuba. Here there is a perfect climate to grow the native sugar cane "Medialuna". All production takes place within the plantation. The distillery "The Ron Sevilla Factory", a sugar factory and the storage cellars are located here. The distillery has existed since 1946 and employs about 25 people who can produce up to 5,500 bottles a day. The rums of CONDE DE CUBA are 100% handmade.
In addition to the continuous bottlings of the Rum Artesanal rum line from Jamaica, Dominican Republic and Central America, hand-picked single barrels from the rum-producing countries of this earth are bottled. In addition to particularly rare or already closed distilleries, rums also find their way into the bottle that are particularly impressive and very rarely available due to their high ester content.
Single Barrel Selection is a 1423 series of single barrel rums from all over the world. More than 50 expressions have already been released during the past four years, covering a wide portfolio of different rum styles and origins.
Santos Dumont spent his childhood among coffee, sugar cane, from which rum and cachaça were distilled, and the latest inventions to make the most of the plantation's production. The farm machinery fascinated him from an early age. He often rode the farm's steam tractor or steam locomotive.
Pusser's Rum is the only authentic and original Royal Navy rum created according to British Navy specifications. From the 17th century onwards, the Royal Navy issued daily rum rations on board ships, known as "tot".
Once feared as Spain's privateer, Santo Christo wanted to do penance for his actions on behalf of the Spanish crown. With heart and courage, he headed for the local governor in every port and negotiated for the release of slaves as well as the condemned, who were usually treated inhumanely for stealing food.
The Studer Distillery in Escholzmatt was founded in 1883 by the four Studer brothers as a distillery, liqueur and confectionery factory. and confectionery factory. The company is still family-owned today, with the fourth and fifth generations now jointly running the business.
Kirk and Sweeney was a notorious smuggling ship that smuggled the finest rum from the Caribbean to the north-east of America via a secret sea route during Prohibition in the early 20th century.
Did you know that sugar cane originated in New Guinea and enjoyed great popularity in Asia long before it found its way to the Caribbean/South America? Ryoma Rhum is produced at the Kikusui distillery, located in Kuroshio, a small town on the southern island of Shikoku, which offers the perfect climate for growing sugar cane.
Rum from the premium segment must be aged for some time in oak barrels in order to develop complex aromas and a distinctive note. This insight has also been adopted by the Malecon rum brand: the very long aging times and the associated highly aromatic products are its trademark and are the reason for its fascination.