Agricultural Rhum Martinique Dillon
Ref : 472732
i.e. 30.70 € / liter
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The "Tafia" pirates existed in the Isles for centuries, when Father Labat in 1694 devised a more elaborate distillation of the alcohol from sugar canes. Following a few changes, this ancient remedy against fever became what we call today, rum.
Domain and appellation
Rooted in the Terroir of Martinique since 1779, the Dillon rum is named after the famous Earl Arthur DILLON. Bought in 1967 by the family company Bardinet Bordeaux, it is now the No. 1 agricultural rum in the metropolitan market. Gold medalist in many competitions, it has, since 1996, the AOC label (Appellation Contrôlée Martinique).
- Distillery: The distillery Dillon is located on a former sugar plantation from 1690.
- Manufacturing: The Dillon rum is distilled in the purest tradition of Martinique, from the juice of sugar canes from the plantations of Ducos and Saint-Esprit.