In the mid-14th century, Juanillo Oliver arrived in Cuba from Spain as a member of the military to serve in the Cuban wars. At the end of the war, he retired from the military and chose to stay and raise a family in Cuba.
The rum for the "Excellent & Rare" series comes from the sun-drenched heart of Central America. It is distilled there by one of the oldest and best-known family distilleries in Panama according to an old tradition. The high-quality sugar cane is grown in their own fields and harvested by hand.
Saint James Rhum Agricole - Lightness of Martinique: St. James produced under the strictest control of the "Appellation d' Origine Contrôlée", a government seal of protection for the very highest quality standards
It was important to founder Tadashi Matsuda that an alcoholic beverage be made from local ingredients. Thus, he exclusively used sugar cane from local plantations. This concept has remained unchanged to this day. In the meantime, the 3rd generation is already working in the distillery
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.
This ADMIRAL RODNEY range celebrates the famous naval victory of Admiral George Rodney against the French at the Battle of Les Saintes in 1782, where the British secured dominion over the Caribbean. The names of the rums in the new range come from the ships that distinguished themselves in the battle. HMS Princessa, HMS Royal Oak and Rodney's flagship HMS Formidable shone in battle and "broke the line" of the French fleet
The House of Clément was founded in 1887 by Homère Clément, doctor and mayor of Le François, and is today one of the most important producers of Rhum Agricole in Martinique. The company headquarters is the Habitation Clément in Le François in the east of the island. Production takes place in the Rhumerie Simon
CANEROCK is a rum creation, created by the innovative team of MAISON FERRAND. With expertise and passion, the makers of PLANTATION Rum tinkered for more than 3 years to find the perfect recipe for this spiced spirit. More than 90 different recipes were tried to find the one perfect one.
In 1865, Juan Serralles founded Destileria Serralles in Ponce, Puerto Rico and began distilling his first rum. He gave the name DON Q, in reference to Don Quixote, probably the most famous character from classical Spanish literature. Today, just as then, all rum varieties are matured and bottled on site to ensure the highest quality.
In the mid-19th century, the Barnard family settled on the Caribbean island of St. Lucia as respected merchants. The third generation, Denis Barnard took over his father's sugar plantation at the age of 21 and founded the distillery "St. Lucia Distillers" in 1932. Barnard was a pioneer in rum blending and began experimenting with molasses, which was a waste product from sugar production at his own sugar mill. Over time, his philosophy and technique of blending different distillates together resulted in unique and fascinating rums.