Jamaican rum, without any doubt, is the main symbol of the Caribbean islands. The main feature of Jamaican rum is that it is produced according to traditional technology. It is done in the same way as it was done in all the Caribbean colonies of the British Empire, several centuries ago. The number of aged rum products introduced into the international market by Jamaica has earned it the reputation of being a grand purveyor of fine rums.
Jamaica’s combines a warm climate, fertile soil for growing sugarcane and resilient sugar milling plants, to deliver rum of superior quality to the global spirits industry. Today, you can find working plantations for travelers to visit. Many have been transformed into historical tour sites and others provide visitors with the hospitality of an elegant guest house vacation.