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Since 1785, this rural distillery has produced tiny batches of bracing, overproof rum using the Caribbean's oldest working waterwheel to crush its homegrown sugarcane. The rest of the...Be sure to bring a designated driver, because the $2 admission fee includes tastings.
At this rustic operation, kept open primarily as a museum, a limited quantity of Rivers rum is produced by the same methods used since the distillery opened in 1785. Full review →
River Antoine has produced rum since 1785. Tours here cover all aspects of the smoky, pungent production process, from the crushing of cane to fermentation and distillation. Full review →
Dating from 1785, this distillery makes a fair claim to being the oldest, continuously operational rum factory in the Caribbean Full review →