Undisclosed Distillery in Port-au- Prince
A special and rare rum, elegant but full of flavour. Matured 17 years with tropical and continental ageing.
Distilled from sugar cane juice, it is velvety and fragrant, and was usually consumed in elegant Parisian cafés at the end of the 19th century during the Belle Époque.
The distillery located in Port-au-Prince was founded on 18 March 1862, some 160 years ago. Its founder was a native of the French Charente, a region known for its Cognac distillation. Distilled in a column still, it rested 17 years in an ex-bourbon barrel.
Distilled from cane juice, this rum offers great complexity in all moments of tasting.