The Malibu Visitor Center, Barbados.
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A tour of Malibu is a great way to spend a few hours.

Castillo Seralles in Puerto Rico, home of Don Q.
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Malibu, the only distillery right on the beach.
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After touring the distillery you can sample some rums on the beach.

Ron Barillito's Aging Warehouse in Puerto Rico.
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This a one of the last wooden aging warehouses in operation.

The old ageing warehouse at Mount Gay, Barbados.
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The holes for ventilation at the top of the wall have been filled in.

Mrs. Rumelier standing by her welcome sign.
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After the Mount Gay tour taste some of their great rums at the bar.

Casa Bacardi, Puerto Rico.
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There is a free tour and free rum here!

A Molasses Tank at Appleton Estate, Jamaica.
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The Rumelier had lunch in this impressive building
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Bacardi has given a taste of rum to the world

Mrs. Rumelier Holding Some Barrels in Barbados.
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These were empty barrels at Rl Seale, Barbados.

St.Vincent Distillers on a Quiet Weekend.
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No more sugarcane is grown in St.Vincent, mainly bananas now.
An old Red Stripe sign from the sixties.
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Enjoying Some Fine Rums at Simba Rum Tasting.
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Great food and rums make a great combination.
A Copper Pot Still at St.Lucia Distillers.
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They now have three copper pot stills.
Fishing Events TCI Committee at Sloop Launch.
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FETCI Donating A Native Sloop to Kids Sailing Program.
Fort Rodney, Rodney Bay, St.Lucia.
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Admiral Rodney's Legacy is all over St.Lucia.
Old Rum Barrels are all over the Caribbean.
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This barrel was at a bar in Port Royal.
A Range of Port Royal Rums from Jamaica.
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The Cruzan Rum Distillery, St.Croix, USVI.
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