Jamaican rum is recognized worldwide as distinctively spicy. Deep in the heart of Lluidas Vale is “The Worthy Park Estate”. Protected by the surrounding mountain ranges and surrounded by lush and fertile terrain are huge sugar cane fields. The sugar cane fields were designed with careful consideration of the growing sugarcane species in the fields, the planting and drainage, the soil type and the type of field crops. The first record of rum production was in 1741, years before any other existing distillery in Jamaica. The molasses used in rum production is obtained in the sugar factory. A sugar factory that claims its rank as the most efficient in Jamaica every year since 1968. With the completion of a state-of-the-art distillery in 2005, Worthy Park is back in business. As the latest distillery, it was built with efficiency in mind and designed for the highest quality. From the water used in mixing to the native yeast grown in our own sugar cane culture, each step in the distillation process is measured and evaluated to ensure consistency and quality. The rums are distilled in the traditional Jamaican pot-still method to give you a heavy rum full of esters and congeners. 100% copper pot still made by Forsyths, the industry leader in pot still production in Scotland.
The distillery has very high quality standards for itself. The production takes place according to a distillation process, which has proven itself over many generations.
In 1830 the habitation “La Grâce” became the habitation tartans. At that time it included a house, apartment buildings, industrial buildings, sugar cane plantations and
Delicana spoils you for the 10th Rum Fest with the newest flagship: Putumujú 5 yrs, processed in elegant and modern cocktails! Their legendary Brazilian Mule will also be there again: Delicana cinnamon, ginger beer and freshly squeezed lime juice. The extra mild cachaça gets its incomparably mild and flowery note through the artesanal production (handmade).
The history of Habitation Depaz goes back to 1635. It is located on Martinique, a Caribbean island of rugged natural beauty that belongs to the