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Not much of an attraction to visit but interesting to see how rum is made in an ancient rum distillery. A tour was on offer for 5EC but I couldn't see the purpose of it as the distillery is pretty much open and you can...More
Our visit to the River Antoine Rum Distillery was the best part of the tour. Not only do they use the River in their beginning and ending processes but they use natural yeast from the air in their fermentation process. Be sure to buy lots...More
We had a guide that explained everything how to make rhum. We followed her and learned how they made this rhu,.
They use a lot of water and a lot of fire. They have to inspect that it is not too harsh.
At the end,...More
We came here in our rental car and it was quite a drive since we stayed in New Westerhall Point but it was worth it! We had a guide show us around and explain the rum making process to us. It was really cool to...More
Our reviewer was very charming and eloquent, describing each stage of the rum making process. They still use very ancient techniques to process their rum. Then you get to taste some rum at the end of the tour. I did not find the rum to...More
I love visiting distilleries around Caribbeans - you always! see something new or learn something new; here is no different although the "new" is the true oldschool way of producing rum/rhum and that's something pretty much impossible to come across in the modern days (or...More
The appeal of this distillery is that the actual process is based on old fashioned methods, so it is very different to the more modern distilleries. Still at work is the original large water wheel providing the power for the cane crusher. A knowledgeable guide...More
We went on a guided taxi tour of the whole island and a stop here was included. It was $2 US per person, kid was free. We had a great guided tour! I highly recommend. Got to see the processing up close. Guide was very...More