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Traveller's Liquors Heritage Center
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Reviewed September 10, 2017 via mobile

Definitely worth stopping by if you find yourself in Belize City or allow yourself some extra time if you are heading to the water taxi terminal to get to the cayes. There's a small museum which gives the history of rum making in Belize. There is a liquor store which takes up just as much room as the museum. There is a tiny bar in the back that gives ample samples and you can also buy a frozen mixed rum drink that packed a bunch! Very tasty and you can walk around the museum with drink in hand.

Date of experience: September 2017
Thank Alison T
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Reviewed July 26, 2017 via mobile

Our guide was great. Great knowledge, humour and whit. We had a tasting in the barn then returned to try more in the mini bar. I personally lovely the caramel tasting rum and purchased some. It's a one off visit type of place. But I enjoyed it.

Date of experience: July 2017
Thank chris b
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Reviewed May 18, 2017 via mobile

Arriving at Travellers, I was met with friendly faces, complimenting the aroma of a freshly brew. The ambiance was perfect. The experience of how entrepreneurs in Belize are converting Thoughts into realities is a true motivation. Traveller's offers guest the oportunity to see how a family in Belize, built a distillery portrayed through the museum. You also see part of the manufacturing process, which is pretty cool. There are also cool items in the gift shop area to take back home for friends and family.

Date of experience: May 2017
Thank Eloim-Ellis
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Reviewed May 4, 2017

We stopped by this rum factory and were greeted by friendly staff members. They let us sample alot of the rums, daiquiris, and the wonderful wines. I recommend the blackberry wine! We bought several items to bring back to the states. The Gifiti bitters is also a must!

Date of experience: April 2017
Thank AmandaS9567
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aperdomo2013, Public Relations Manager at Traveller's Liquors Heritage Center, responded to this reviewResponded May 11, 2017

Hi Amanda S,
Thanks for your support and wonderful review. We work hard to give the best experience in our tours. I am glad you had a good time.
Regards,
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Reviewed April 24, 2017

What a nice time, sadly it was a bit rainy but our driver gave us a great tour and pointed out a few things that we decided not to step out to investigate due to the heavy rain. Small group, we were met at the pier with no problems, booked this on our own through Viator. Very pleased with the guide, Kevin. He had tons of stories and history to share with us. Once at the museum, we were given an introduction to the various types of rums and then had the opportunity to sample as many varieties as we wanted. Our tour included these samples. The "pourer" was one of the owner's grandsons and he is working his way through school, great stories as well! Wish I'd had more cash with me for tipping him. Museum was in the same building as the shop and had several exhibits as well as old machinery and an huge glass window to see into the factory. We watched them filling and labelling some bottles. After everyone finished their purchasing we headed back out for some more of the sights, went over a very cool bridge and saw a beautiful church that we were able to go inside of. Great way to spend our time in this port and still had some time to wander and shop. Did this trip as a couple with my parents.

Date of experience: April 2017
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aperdomo2013, Guest Relations Manager at Traveller's Liquors Heritage Center, responded to this reviewResponded May 13, 2017

Hi Judi,
Thanks for your nice review and rating. We are glad you enjoyed the tour and sorry about the rain. Next time we will order better weather.

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