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Taste of Rums 2016 – Teaser
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Its official! The 7th edition of the Puerto Rico National Rum Festival is confirmed! An event thanks to Rums of Puerto Rico and the Puerto Rico Tourism Company. This year the event will be 2 days. Let us share all the details.   Friday – Feb 19th – Event Details:  Location: Paseo La Princesa, Old San Juan 10-15 Minutes from Isla Verde, Condado & Miramar...

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Rums of Puerto Rico
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The next time you’re sipping on a Mojito consider this: Puerto Rico is responsible for exporting over 70% of the rum consumed in the U.S., and the Rums of Puerto Rico roster only includes the finest brands like Bacardi, Don Q, Ron del Barrilito, Ron Llave and Palo Viejo. Rums of Puerto Rico, a division of the Puerto Rico Industrial Development Company (PRIDCO), was...

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Buy Tickets
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Ticket Price: – Friday Early Bird Pre-Sale $25.00 until Feb 18th – Saturday Early Bird Pre-Sale $45.00 until Feb 19th...

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SeePuertoRico.com
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Key facts about Puerto Rico: In Puerto Rico, Spanish and English are the official languages; most Puerto Ricans speak English. Puerto Rico is a U.S. commonwealth and the U.S. dollar is the official currency; U.S. citizens don’t need a passport or a currency converter! El Yunque is the only subtropical rainforest in the U.S. National Forest Service, a place so indescribable that it must...

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Bacardi
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The Bacardí company was founded in Santiago de Cuba in 1862 by Facundo Bacardí Massó.  Don Facundo was a Spanish émigré who upon his arrival in Cuba started to experiment with the local rum which, at the time, was very dark and heavy.  He found, that by filtering, he removed many of the impurities from the rum that made it so hard to drink. ...

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DonQ
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In 1865, Juan Serrallés imported a still which he purchased in France and produced his first few casks of rum. He eventually named the rum Don Q in honor of the legendary Spanish fictional character Don Quixote – the classic work of Spanish literature, as the Serrallés family felt that their rums were a classic work of art as well! Soon after, the Don Q brand of...

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Black Beard Spiced Rum
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As the pre-eminent producer of the base rum for some of the best-selling spiced rums in the world, the Serrallés family of Puerto Rico now produces Black Beard Spiced Rum. The inspiration for our spiced rum begins with an infamous pirate. Of all the pirates that made the Caribbean and the Atlantic their home, none was more notorious or feared than Blackbeard. His intimidating appearance,...

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Ron del Barrilito
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Ron del Barrilito is a brand of rum produced in Bayamón Puerto Rico by Edmundo B Fernández Inc.  The Fernández family, beginning with Pedro Fernández, has been producing rum in Bayamón since 1880, making it one of oldest rum manufacturer in Puerto Rico.  The process used for making the rum today is basically the same as the one used since 1880.  Although they do not...

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Caliche Rum
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Caliche Rum is the product of the collaboration between iconic, sixth-generation rum maker Roberto Serrallés and renowned hospitality impresario, Rande Gerber. Both shared the passion for crafting a super-premium white rum unlike any other on the market. Caliche is a type of limestone, a sedimentary rock, which cements together other materials, including gravel, sand, clay and silt. Caliche is found worldwide, particularly around the...

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Palo Viejo
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Palo Viejo gold and light rums are manufactured by Destilería Serrallés, Inc. Palo Viejo rums are aged 1 to 3 years as required by government law in Puerto Rico. It is a smooth rum, ideal for mixing any type of cocktails. Palo Viejo is a high quality rum at a value price and an excellent option for the well. To learn more about Palo...

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