Remedy Rum finds its origin in the American Prohibition. The story begins in the 1920s in the United States. In an era marked by prosperity, wild and excessive parties, but also by the prohibition of alcohol.
Destileria Unidas S.A. (DUSA Distillery, est. 1959) is located at the foot of the Venezuelan Andes near the Terepaima National Park and focuses on the traditional production of rum. The entire production is under the supervision of the multiple award-winning Master Distiller Tito Cordero, who has been working at DUSA since 1988.
From very early it was noticed that this garden of Eden located in the middle of the Atlantic had exceptional conditions for the planting of sugarcane. According to history, the king Infante D. Henrique was the responsible for the introduction of the sugar cane in Madeira Island in 1425, 6 years after the Island was discovered. It is said that the first sugar canes sent to Madeira Island were from Sicily.
David and Jens, the two founders of JJ's Maneuver Swallow, were on a sailing trip together. Of course, a rum for the Maneuver Swallow was included. In the evening at sunset on deck they talked about the fact that the classic rum is often too heavy and that there should be something fresh and tasty. And so the idea for JJ's Maneuver Swallow was born: Spirits from sailors for sailors
Habitation Saint Etienne, better known as HSE, is located at Gros-Morne in northwestern Martinique, a Caribbean island of rugged scenic beauty that is part of the Lesser Antilles. The French overseas department has a distinctive culture with a blend of French and West Indian influences.
The history of Habitation Depaz dates back to 1635. It is located on Martinique, a Caribbean island of rugged scenic beauty belonging to the Lesser Antilles. The French overseas department has a distinctive culture with a mixture of French and West Indian influences.
RON RON Elixir de Caribbean is a premium rum liqueur with 34% alcohol content, which uses as a base a noble blend of 3 rum varieties. This high-quality rum blend from the Caribbean is refined with an essence of fruits preserved in rum. Through the - up to one year - storage in old Sherry Cask barrels RON RON matures to an aromatic Dark Rum.
Raised in sugar cane fields that stretched "as far as the eye could see," César Martí learned his craft from his grandparents and maternal family, who, having worked in the sugar industry, passed on generations of know-how to him. He dedicated his career to the pursuit of the highest quality in Cuban rum. Martí not only became Cuba's youngest Maestro Ronero, but achieved that status in just nine years, an achievement that remains unsurpassed to this day
The Kōloa Rum Company is a craft distillery of premium rum produced in small-batch. Located on the small Hawaiian island of Kauaʻi, also called the Garden Island, Kōloa Rum uses local sugar cane and rainwater from Mount Waiʻale'ale, the island's highest mountain and volcano.
Vasco Núnez de Balboa was a Spanish explorer, governor and conqueror. He crossed Panama from the Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean in 1513, becoming the first European to see and reach the Pacific Ocean. The term "Espero" in old Spanish slang means "hope" and it is this hope to discover new was the driving force Vasco Núnez de Balboa to travel to the New World