We went here as part of an island tour we signed up to by the pontoon bridge, 20 US. I really wanted to come to this distillery, but it was a bit of a disappointment, as I expected it to be larger and with more activity.
The distillery is in a house and the history of the island and the distillery is on the walls and can be followed in chronological order. We were told how the drink is made and were shown other products they make. Then we were taken to the gift shop, where we were allowed to sample the different types of the drink. The gift shop had a large variety of goods, but we didn't buy anything, as we were on a budget.
I'm glad I got to see it and I think it deserves a quick stop.
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