Distilleries in Puerto Rico

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Distilleries in Puerto Rico

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  • CynCeeG 🇺🇸
    Austin, TX491 contributions
    My first time in Puerto Rico & Casa Bacardí. We purchased the Rum Tasting tix online, one month in advance. From San Juan, we had to take taxi because the ferry was not functioning out of San Juan. Upon arrival, we took pics of a mural. We got in line, they scanned our tix and prior to the tour, we bought drinks! With the "bat" coins, we purchased a mixed drink of our liking and came home with plastic 8 oz. Bacardí glass. They have a snack bar where we purchase the best beef "empanadas" (estaban muy rico). We sat under the Bat pavillion, sipping on drinks, catching the brezze, even played with hoolahoops! We did the 2pm tour, starting on a trolly with the most energetic tour guide, Alondra. She educated us on the Bacardí family history, the swirling of the glass and look for the "tears". We didn't tour any of the distilleries though, we did the Rum Tasting class (room). With four glasses waiting for us! Alondra, her charismatic energy with her Reggeaton music in cell phone on hand, had us taste Añejo Cuatro, Reserva Ocho, Gran Reserva Diez, and Special one. Educated us on the bottles and history behind them. She had us all engaged, individually.. and it was quite entertaining! The chocolate at the end with the last sip of rum was tastey. This is straight rum, so prepare for the alcohol. Afterwards, they lead us to the gift shop to purchase merchandise and souvenirs. It was a fun 1 hr and 1/2 tour. If you sign up, hope you get Alonda and her spunky energy!
    Written May 14, 2022
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  • Jane R
    3 contributions
    Being myself in the industry of bartending in so many areas such as Miami Los Angeles and New York I must keep myself updated with the best rums and bartending tactics. a friend of mines made me a great suggestion since I was visiting Puerto Rico to go check out a hidden gem in the town of Bayamon called hacienda Santa Ana
    She told me to make it a priority to try their artisanal rum (Ron Del Barrilito) and their variety of cocktails especially with their 3 star rum. as I walked in the place was beautiful and I noticed a huge group of young kids that were inside their gift shop which it was quiet unfortunate to see only one younger women of their staff attending such a large group of people without assistance I could tell she was trying to do her best I continued & walked towards the bars menu area to check out what they were offering as I was there going through their options. moments later all of the people that were in the gift shop made there way to bar and flooded the area. I tried as fast I could to get to the line because there were only 2 bartenders at the time luckily I saw this charming fit mixologist with tattoos so I chose to go to his line later to realize I made the right choice I was blown away by his ability to produce 4 cocktails in one sitting at a solid speed while maintaining a connection with his guest. This man definitely knows what he’s doing and looks great while doing it. Next thing you Know I was right in front of him and he welcomed me with a big smile and introduced himself as Antonio. He displayed such a great service. I’m left to think that the other bartender wasn’t trained properly or new to the bar buisness because he was making multiple drinks with one shaker. Meanwhile my bartender walked me through each step and every ingredient and profile of my cocktail. I had such an amazing experience with mr Antonio that I was compelled to return back to the bar for 2 more cocktails. 1 of them putting him to the test and asking him to make me something off of the menu with certain characteristics and he didn’t hesitate and took up my challenge in result I was stunned & I immediately told him you have to come to Miami and LA you wouldn’t regret it. Surprisingly he responded to me how proud he was of the establishment and team he is a part of Ron Del Barrilito he also mentioned to me the other tours they offer such as mixology tour, rum tasting, and heritage which convinced me that I must comeback and invite some of my friends in the industry and recommend anyone who visits the beautiful island of Puerto Rico to check out this awesome experience and make sure you request Antonio at the bar.
    Written April 28, 2022
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  • CosmoLady
    Philadelphia, PA899 contributions
    We were told by our daughters friend that we have to visit this distillery when we were on the island. So glad we listened.
    What do you do on a rainy afternoon in paradise? Drink rum drinks! They were delicious!
    We enjoyed our time chatting with the owner about basketball. The entire staff was personable and fun.
    The piglets and the dogs were fun to watch!
    My husband has a fish allergy so we could not try food truck, but everyone who did seemed to love it. The staff there was also great!
    A fabulous way to spend time! Hope we get back for Saturday music.
    Highly recommend a visit.
    Written February 4, 2022
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  • Cassie
    2 contributions
    This was a great experience to have while in PR and I'm so glad we were able to squeeze it into the itinerary. I was so happy to see and hear about the work they were doing at the distillery. Supporting local farmers by incorporating local ingredients, farming their own sugar cane to make their rum, reviving a historical practice in the process, recycling wooden whiskey barrels for their aged rum, and putting a twist on a cultural product (Ron Caña). You can really hear the owners passion for what he's doing. The cocktail they served at the start of the tour was really delicious (and I'm not one for alcohol). All around a great experience and worth the admission to help support what they're doing here. I'm looking forward to seeing Tres Clavos stateside, but in the meantime I'll make due with having my parents bring some back when they visit.

    I recommend calling to schedule a tour as I called and emailed for a last minute tour and got a quick response after calling only. You will be outside for part of the tour and will be taking a short walk in the sugar cane fields, so be prepared for that.
    Written June 26, 2021
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  • Roger F
    Onyx, CA123 contributions
    A nicely put together visitor center/museum/hosted bar right on the main waterfront in Old San Juan. The history of Don Q is presented via photographs and historical items, as well as all of their products are available for sampling. Nice and cool inside, which is more than welcome on the typical hot and humid days.
    Written June 30, 2014
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