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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 sugarcaneBe 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 →