I recommend this stop as part of your vacation because of the local history you can learn. Our tour guide was actually a member of the family that has worked here for 7 generations. Learn how this rum is made, where it travels to get it's flavors and also about the aging process in the barrels. At the end of your tour there is the opportunity to sample some of the local drink recipes too.
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