Reimonenq 1995 Musee du Rhum 7 Year Old
The Reimonenq distillery is located in Sainte-Rose on Grande Terre, and was established in 1916 by brothers, Joseph and Fernand. Often referred to as the Musee Du Rhum due to the on-site museum, opened in 1989 and dedicated to the history or sugar and rum production. The modern distillery, built in 1969 operates a stainless steel column still, and produces the traditional agricole style rum of Guadeloupe using sugarcane juice produced from an electric mill, unlike the steam powered machinery more commonly used elsewhere in the region.
This is a prize-winning rhum vieux, distilled in 1995 and aged 7 years in cask.
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