Gardel 1992 Bristol Classic 10 Year Old French Oak Finish
Gardel is a sugar plantation and mill dating back to 1840. It is located near Moule on the Grande-Terre island of the Guadeloupe archipelago by the Générale Sucrière, also known as the ‘Sugar Baron.’ The distillery dated from around the 1870s and produced rums from a molasses wash in order to make use of the by-products from its sugar production. Today only the sugar factory remains, with the distillery's column stills removed in 1992.
This is a bottling of the final vintage, finished in French Limousin oak casks and bottled in 2002 by Bristol Spirits.
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