RUM FROM SANTA LUCIA
The Barnard family in 1930 established their distillery on Santa Lucia Island making a rum from the molasses produced by the island’s massive sugar plantations. Chairmamn’s is committed to using only Guyanese molasses. With multiple vats of molasses with various strains of yeast, and the diversity of a pot still, distiller and master blender, you have excellent opportunities to craft a wide spectrum of delightful flavors. Thus obtaining the highest quality and distinction. This has made Chairman’s an absolutely “essential” rum.
THE HIGHEST EXPRESSION OF CUBA’S RUM TRADITION
Rum is the spirit of Cuba and what makes it unique can be broken down into three elements: the raw materials, the aging and blending method, and the expertise of the Cuban Rum Masters.
This legacy, along with the climate of the southeast, the Cuban mastery of rum creation and the combination of new barrels with some that have been matured for many years, results in a liquid that is impossible to recreate outside its geographical and cultural context.