River Antoine Rum Distillery

Grenada Island

River Antoine has produced rum since 1785 and still produces in the traditional way. Tours here cover all aspects of the smoky, pungent production process, from the crushing of cane to fermentation and distillation. Of course there are tastings and you can buy bottles to go.

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