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Klean Kanteen Polished Stainless-Steel Reflect Water Bottle with Bamboo Cap

Keep your best old rum with you anywhere in this Stainless-Steel Reflect bottle with Bamboo. Use it as a rum flask for your adventures , as the new pirate.   

$32.95

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Art & Rum
Cuban Christmas
By Alan Williams • United Kingdom
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Cuban Christmas
By Alan Williams • United Kingdom
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Guadeloupe • “KARUKERA”
Five Islands, One Paradise….
The original Amerindian name for Guadeloupe Islands is “KARUKERA” which means “the islands with beautiful waters”. The Islands of Guadeloupe are without a doubt one of the most beautiful locations for your vacation. Caressed by the trade winds and warmed year round by an endless tropical sun, washed on the East by the surging Atlantic and bathed on the West by the balmy Caribbean, the Guadeloupe archipelago is a true paradise.
The Caribbean Sea, with its stunning palette of blues, is ideal for a raft of exhilarating water sports—one visit just isn’t enough to do it all. Stretch out on the sand with your toes in the water, skim the waves on a Jet Ski, discover coral reefs and sea sponges in the deep blue yonder, watch the wind swell your sails under a cloudless sky, learn some fun facts at the Grand Cul-de-Sac Marin Nature Reserve, sail a catamaran in search of white, sandy beaches…Aquatic adventures and many, many await you!
Claude Gonzales owner the Cip Diving Club, located on the  Malendure beach in Bouillante, right in front of the COUSTEAU RESERVE. His Club welcomes beginners as well as advanced levels since they are also an international diving shool with multilingual certified trainers. The Cousteau Reserve covers 12 differents sites and 3 wrecks. 2h away you can reach the famous “SEC PATE” which is known for being one of the most beautiful diving spots in the world. It is also a part of the Cousteau Reserve, located in the Channel of Les Saintes.
Rhum-ing in Paradise
The Guadeloupe Archipelago has long been a premier producer of rum (or rhum as it is called locally) and the nine distilleries present today have remained true to time-honored traditions, thus producing high quality multi-awarded labels. Rhum agricole is distilled directly from cane juice for a pure and signature taste. The nine distilleries offer tours and tastings, a favorite experience for rum connoisseurs in the know. On your tour, try a Ti’Punch, a local aperitif made with rhum, lime, and brown sugar. You can now enjoy a sip of award-winning Guadeloupean rhum as you plan your getaway to Guadeloupe Islands with Rhum Damoiseau.
Ti’Punch is also part of the pleasant rites of Antillean life, usually served in a glass bearing the stamp of the great rum distilleries named after century-old Creole families. And though ti-punch recipes vary from one island to another, glasses are filled and re-filled at the same incredible speed wherever you may venture. The carnival period is busy with activity, firecrackers boom, pink confetti cover the streets like orchid petals and the towns bustle with five days of incessant dancing. Guadeloupe has not yet unveiled all its charms. Chuchotis, madras, rum, rhythms… Discover the butterfly island!
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Guadeloupe • “KARUKERA”
Five Islands, One Paradise….
The original Amerindian name for Guadeloupe Islands is “KARUKERA” which means “the islands with beautiful waters”. The Islands of Guadeloupe are without a doubt one of the most beautiful locations for your vacation. Caressed by the trade winds and warmed year round by an endless tropical sun, washed on the East by the surging Atlantic and bathed on the West by the balmy Caribbean, the Guadeloupe archipelago is a true paradise.
The Caribbean Sea, with its stunning palette of blues, is ideal for a raft of exhilarating water sports—one visit just isn’t enough to do it all. Stretch out on the sand with your toes in the water, skim the waves on a Jet Ski, discover coral reefs and sea sponges in the deep blue yonder, watch the wind swell your sails under a cloudless sky, learn some fun facts at the Grand Cul-de-Sac Marin Nature Reserve, sail a catamaran in search of white, sandy beaches…Aquatic adventures and many, many await you!
Claude Gonzales owner the Cip Diving Club, located on the  Malendure beach in Bouillante, right in front of the COUSTEAU RESERVE. His Club welcomes beginners as well as advanced levels since they are also an international diving shool with multilingual certified trainers. The Cousteau Reserve covers 12 differents sites and 3 wrecks. 2h away you can reach the famous “SEC PATE” which is known for being one of the most beautiful diving spots in the world. It is also a part of the Cousteau Reserve, located in the Channel of Les Saintes.
Rhum-ing in Paradise
The Guadeloupe Archipelago has long been a premier producer of rum (or rhum as it is called locally) and the nine distilleries present today have remained true to time-honored traditions, thus producing high quality multi-awarded labels. Rhum agricole is distilled directly from cane juice for a pure and signature taste. The nine distilleries offer tours and tastings, a favorite experience for rum connoisseurs in the know. On your tour, try a Ti’Punch, a local aperitif made with rhum, lime, and brown sugar. You can now enjoy a sip of award-winning Guadeloupean rhum as you plan your getaway to Guadeloupe Islands with Rhum Damoiseau.
Ti’Punch is also part of the pleasant rites of Antillean life, usually served in a glass bearing the stamp of the great rum distilleries named after century-old Creole families. And though ti-punch recipes vary from one island to another, glasses are filled and re-filled at the same incredible speed wherever you may venture. The carnival period is busy with activity, firecrackers boom, pink confetti cover the streets like orchid petals and the towns bustle with five days of incessant dancing. Guadeloupe has not yet unveiled all its charms. Chuchotis, madras, rum, rhythms… Discover the butterfly island!
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Guadeloupe • “KARUKERA”
Five Islands, One Paradise….
The original Amerindian name for Guadeloupe Islands is “KARUKERA” which means “the islands with beautiful waters”. The Islands of Guadeloupe are without a doubt one of the most beautiful locations for your vacation. Caressed by the trade winds and warmed year round by an endless tropical sun, washed on the East by the surging Atlantic and bathed on the West by the balmy Caribbean, the Guadeloupe archipelago is a true paradise.
The Caribbean Sea, with its stunning palette of blues, is ideal for a raft of exhilarating water sports—one visit just isn’t enough to do it all. Stretch out on the sand with your toes in the water, skim the waves on a Jet Ski, discover coral reefs and sea sponges in the deep blue yonder, watch the wind swell your sails under a cloudless sky, learn some fun facts at the Grand Cul-de-Sac Marin Nature Reserve, sail a catamaran in search of white, sandy beaches…Aquatic adventures and many, many await you!
Claude Gonzales owner the Cip Diving Club, located on the  Malendure beach in Bouillante, right in front of the COUSTEAU RESERVE. His Club welcomes beginners as well as advanced levels since they are also an international diving shool with multilingual certified trainers. The Cousteau Reserve covers 12 differents sites and 3 wrecks. 2h away you can reach the famous “SEC PATE” which is known for being one of the most beautiful diving spots in the world. It is also a part of the Cousteau Reserve, located in the Channel of Les Saintes.
Rhum-ing in Paradise
The Guadeloupe Archipelago has long been a premier producer of rum (or rhum as it is called locally) and the nine distilleries present today have remained true to time-honored traditions, thus producing high quality multi-awarded labels. Rhum agricole is distilled directly from cane juice for a pure and signature taste. The nine distilleries offer tours and tastings, a favorite experience for rum connoisseurs in the know. On your tour, try a Ti’Punch, a local aperitif made with rhum, lime, and brown sugar. You can now enjoy a sip of award-winning Guadeloupean rhum as you plan your getaway to Guadeloupe Islands with Rhum Damoiseau.
Ti’Punch is also part of the pleasant rites of Antillean life, usually served in a glass bearing the stamp of the great rum distilleries named after century-old Creole families. And though ti-punch recipes vary from one island to another, glasses are filled and re-filled at the same incredible speed wherever you may venture. The carnival period is busy with activity, firecrackers boom, pink confetti cover the streets like orchid petals and the towns bustle with five days of incessant dancing. Guadeloupe has not yet unveiled all its charms. Chuchotis, madras, rum, rhythms… Discover the butterfly island!
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Guadeloupe • “KARUKERA”
Five Islands, One Paradise….
The original Amerindian name for Guadeloupe Islands is “KARUKERA” which means “the islands with beautiful waters”. The Islands of Guadeloupe are without a doubt one of the most beautiful locations for your vacation. Caressed by the trade winds and warmed year round by an endless tropical sun, washed on the East by the surging Atlantic and bathed on the West by the balmy Caribbean, the Guadeloupe archipelago is a true paradise.
The Caribbean Sea, with its stunning palette of blues, is ideal for a raft of exhilarating water sports—one visit just isn’t enough to do it all. Stretch out on the sand with your toes in the water, skim the waves on a Jet Ski, discover coral reefs and sea sponges in the deep blue yonder, watch the wind swell your sails under a cloudless sky, learn some fun facts at the Grand Cul-de-Sac Marin Nature Reserve, sail a catamaran in search of white, sandy beaches…Aquatic adventures and many, many await you!
Claude Gonzales owner the Cip Diving Club, located on the  Malendure beach in Bouillante, right in front of the COUSTEAU RESERVE. His Club welcomes beginners as well as advanced levels since they are also an international diving shool with multilingual certified trainers. The Cousteau Reserve covers 12 differents sites and 3 wrecks. 2h away you can reach the famous “SEC PATE” which is known for being one of the most beautiful diving spots in the world. It is also a part of the Cousteau Reserve, located in the Channel of Les Saintes.
Rhum-ing in Paradise
The Guadeloupe Archipelago has long been a premier producer of rum (or rhum as it is called locally) and the nine distilleries present today have remained true to time-honored traditions, thus producing high quality multi-awarded labels. Rhum agricole is distilled directly from cane juice for a pure and signature taste. The nine distilleries offer tours and tastings, a favorite experience for rum connoisseurs in the know. On your tour, try a Ti’Punch, a local aperitif made with rhum, lime, and brown sugar. You can now enjoy a sip of award-winning Guadeloupean rhum as you plan your getaway to Guadeloupe Islands with Rhum Damoiseau.
Ti’Punch is also part of the pleasant rites of Antillean life, usually served in a glass bearing the stamp of the great rum distilleries named after century-old Creole families. And though ti-punch recipes vary from one island to another, glasses are filled and re-filled at the same incredible speed wherever you may venture. The carnival period is busy with activity, firecrackers boom, pink confetti cover the streets like orchid petals and the towns bustle with five days of incessant dancing. Guadeloupe has not yet unveiled all its charms. Chuchotis, madras, rum, rhythms… Discover the butterfly island!
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Guadeloupe • “KARUKERA”
Five Islands, One Paradise….
The original Amerindian name for Guadeloupe Islands is “KARUKERA” which means “the islands with beautiful waters”. The Islands of Guadeloupe are without a doubt one of the most beautiful locations for your vacation. Caressed by the trade winds and warmed year round by an endless tropical sun, washed on the East by the surging Atlantic and bathed on the West by the balmy Caribbean, the Guadeloupe archipelago is a true paradise.
The Caribbean Sea, with its stunning palette of blues, is ideal for a raft of exhilarating water sports—one visit just isn’t enough to do it all. Stretch out on the sand with your toes in the water, skim the waves on a Jet Ski, discover coral reefs and sea sponges in the deep blue yonder, watch the wind swell your sails under a cloudless sky, learn some fun facts at the Grand Cul-de-Sac Marin Nature Reserve, sail a catamaran in search of white, sandy beaches…Aquatic adventures and many, many await you!
Claude Gonzales owner the Cip Diving Club, located on the  Malendure beach in Bouillante, right in front of the COUSTEAU RESERVE. His Club welcomes beginners as well as advanced levels since they are also an international diving shool with multilingual certified trainers. The Cousteau Reserve covers 12 differents sites and 3 wrecks. 2h away you can reach the famous “SEC PATE” which is known for being one of the most beautiful diving spots in the world. It is also a part of the Cousteau Reserve, located in the Channel of Les Saintes.
Rhum-ing in Paradise
The Guadeloupe Archipelago has long been a premier producer of rum (or rhum as it is called locally) and the nine distilleries present today have remained true to time-honored traditions, thus producing high quality multi-awarded labels. Rhum agricole is distilled directly from cane juice for a pure and signature taste. The nine distilleries offer tours and tastings, a favorite experience for rum connoisseurs in the know. On your tour, try a Ti’Punch, a local aperitif made with rhum, lime, and brown sugar. You can now enjoy a sip of award-winning Guadeloupean rhum as you plan your getaway to Guadeloupe Islands with Rhum Damoiseau.
Ti’Punch is also part of the pleasant rites of Antillean life, usually served in a glass bearing the stamp of the great rum distilleries named after century-old Creole families. And though ti-punch recipes vary from one island to another, glasses are filled and re-filled at the same incredible speed wherever you may venture. The carnival period is busy with activity, firecrackers boom, pink confetti cover the streets like orchid petals and the towns bustle with five days of incessant dancing. Guadeloupe has not yet unveiled all its charms. Chuchotis, madras, rum, rhythms… Discover the butterfly island!
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Rum & Tourism
Guadeloupe • “KARUKERA”
Five Islands, One Paradise….
The original Amerindian name for Guadeloupe Islands is “KARUKERA” which means “the islands with beautiful waters”. The Islands of Guadeloupe are without a doubt one of the most beautiful locations for your vacation. Caressed by the trade winds and warmed year round by an endless tropical sun, washed on the East by the surging Atlantic and bathed on the West by the balmy Caribbean, the Guadeloupe archipelago is a true paradise.
The Caribbean Sea, with its stunning palette of blues, is ideal for a raft of exhilarating water sports—one visit just isn’t enough to do it all. Stretch out on the sand with your toes in the water, skim the waves on a Jet Ski, discover coral reefs and sea sponges in the deep blue yonder, watch the wind swell your sails under a cloudless sky, learn some fun facts at the Grand Cul-de-Sac Marin Nature Reserve, sail a catamaran in search of white, sandy beaches…Aquatic adventures and many, many await you!
Claude Gonzales owner the Cip Diving Club, located on the  Malendure beach in Bouillante, right in front of the COUSTEAU RESERVE. His Club welcomes beginners as well as advanced levels since they are also an international diving shool with multilingual certified trainers. The Cousteau Reserve covers 12 differents sites and 3 wrecks. 2h away you can reach the famous “SEC PATE” which is known for being one of the most beautiful diving spots in the world. It is also a part of the Cousteau Reserve, located in the Channel of Les Saintes.
Rhum-ing in Paradise
The Guadeloupe Archipelago has long been a premier producer of rum (or rhum as it is called locally) and the nine distilleries present today have remained true to time-honored traditions, thus producing high quality multi-awarded labels. Rhum agricole is distilled directly from cane juice for a pure and signature taste. The nine distilleries offer tours and tastings, a favorite experience for rum connoisseurs in the know. On your tour, try a Ti’Punch, a local aperitif made with rhum, lime, and brown sugar. You can now enjoy a sip of award-winning Guadeloupean rhum as you plan your getaway to Guadeloupe Islands with Rhum Damoiseau.
Ti’Punch is also part of the pleasant rites of Antillean life, usually served in a glass bearing the stamp of the great rum distilleries named after century-old Creole families. And though ti-punch recipes vary from one island to another, glasses are filled and re-filled at the same incredible speed wherever you may venture. The carnival period is busy with activity, firecrackers boom, pink confetti cover the streets like orchid petals and the towns bustle with five days of incessant dancing. Guadeloupe has not yet unveiled all its charms. Chuchotis, madras, rum, rhythms… Discover the butterfly island!
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Guadeloupe • “KARUKERA”
Five Islands, One Paradise….
The original Amerindian name for Guadeloupe Islands is “KARUKERA” which means “the islands with beautiful waters”. The Islands of Guadeloupe are without a doubt one of the most beautiful locations for your vacation. Caressed by the trade winds and warmed year round by an endless tropical sun, washed on the East by the surging Atlantic and bathed on the West by the balmy Caribbean, the Guadeloupe archipelago is a true paradise.
The Caribbean Sea, with its stunning palette of blues, is ideal for a raft of exhilarating water sports—one visit just isn’t enough to do it all. Stretch out on the sand with your toes in the water, skim the waves on a Jet Ski, discover coral reefs and sea sponges in the deep blue yonder, watch the wind swell your sails under a cloudless sky, learn some fun facts at the Grand Cul-de-Sac Marin Nature Reserve, sail a catamaran in search of white, sandy beaches…Aquatic adventures and many, many await you!
Claude Gonzales owner the Cip Diving Club, located on the  Malendure beach in Bouillante, right in front of the COUSTEAU RESERVE. His Club welcomes beginners as well as advanced levels since they are also an international diving shool with multilingual certified trainers. The Cousteau Reserve covers 12 differents sites and 3 wrecks. 2h away you can reach the famous “SEC PATE” which is known for being one of the most beautiful diving spots in the world. It is also a part of the Cousteau Reserve, located in the Channel of Les Saintes.
Rhum-ing in Paradise
The Guadeloupe Archipelago has long been a premier producer of rum (or rhum as it is called locally) and the nine distilleries present today have remained true to time-honored traditions, thus producing high quality multi-awarded labels. Rhum agricole is distilled directly from cane juice for a pure and signature taste. The nine distilleries offer tours and tastings, a favorite experience for rum connoisseurs in the know. On your tour, try a Ti’Punch, a local aperitif made with rhum, lime, and brown sugar. You can now enjoy a sip of award-winning Guadeloupean rhum as you plan your getaway to Guadeloupe Islands with Rhum Damoiseau.
Ti’Punch is also part of the pleasant rites of Antillean life, usually served in a glass bearing the stamp of the great rum distilleries named after century-old Creole families. And though ti-punch recipes vary from one island to another, glasses are filled and re-filled at the same incredible speed wherever you may venture. The carnival period is busy with activity, firecrackers boom, pink confetti cover the streets like orchid petals and the towns bustle with five days of incessant dancing. Guadeloupe has not yet unveiled all its charms. Chuchotis, madras, rum, rhythms… Discover the butterfly island!
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Guadeloupe • “KARUKERA”
Five Islands, One Paradise….
The original Amerindian name for Guadeloupe Islands is “KARUKERA” which means “the islands with beautiful waters”. The Islands of Guadeloupe are without a doubt one of the most beautiful locations for your vacation. Caressed by the trade winds and warmed year round by an endless tropical sun, washed on the East by the surging Atlantic and bathed on the West by the balmy Caribbean, the Guadeloupe archipelago is a true paradise.
The Caribbean Sea, with its stunning palette of blues, is ideal for a raft of exhilarating water sports—one visit just isn’t enough to do it all. Stretch out on the sand with your toes in the water, skim the waves on a Jet Ski, discover coral reefs and sea sponges in the deep blue yonder, watch the wind swell your sails under a cloudless sky, learn some fun facts at the Grand Cul-de-Sac Marin Nature Reserve, sail a catamaran in search of white, sandy beaches…Aquatic adventures and many, many await you!
Claude Gonzales owner the Cip Diving Club, located on the  Malendure beach in Bouillante, right in front of the COUSTEAU RESERVE. His Club welcomes beginners as well as advanced levels since they are also an international diving shool with multilingual certified trainers. The Cousteau Reserve covers 12 differents sites and 3 wrecks. 2h away you can reach the famous “SEC PATE” which is known for being one of the most beautiful diving spots in the world. It is also a part of the Cousteau Reserve, located in the Channel of Les Saintes.
Rhum-ing in Paradise
The Guadeloupe Archipelago has long been a premier producer of rum (or rhum as it is called locally) and the nine distilleries present today have remained true to time-honored traditions, thus producing high quality multi-awarded labels. Rhum agricole is distilled directly from cane juice for a pure and signature taste. The nine distilleries offer tours and tastings, a favorite experience for rum connoisseurs in the know. On your tour, try a Ti’Punch, a local aperitif made with rhum, lime, and brown sugar. You can now enjoy a sip of award-winning Guadeloupean rhum as you plan your getaway to Guadeloupe Islands with Rhum Damoiseau.
Ti’Punch is also part of the pleasant rites of Antillean life, usually served in a glass bearing the stamp of the great rum distilleries named after century-old Creole families. And though ti-punch recipes vary from one island to another, glasses are filled and re-filled at the same incredible speed wherever you may venture. The carnival period is busy with activity, firecrackers boom, pink confetti cover the streets like orchid petals and the towns bustle with five days of incessant dancing. Guadeloupe has not yet unveiled all its charms. Chuchotis, madras, rum, rhythms… Discover the butterfly island!
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Guadeloupe • “KARUKERA”
Five Islands, One Paradise….
The original Amerindian name for Guadeloupe Islands is “KARUKERA” which means “the islands with beautiful waters”. The Islands of Guadeloupe are without a doubt one of the most beautiful locations for your vacation. Caressed by the trade winds and warmed year round by an endless tropical sun, washed on the East by the surging Atlantic and bathed on the West by the balmy Caribbean, the Guadeloupe archipelago is a true paradise.
The Caribbean Sea, with its stunning palette of blues, is ideal for a raft of exhilarating water sports—one visit just isn’t enough to do it all. Stretch out on the sand with your toes in the water, skim the waves on a Jet Ski, discover coral reefs and sea sponges in the deep blue yonder, watch the wind swell your sails under a cloudless sky, learn some fun facts at the Grand Cul-de-Sac Marin Nature Reserve, sail a catamaran in search of white, sandy beaches…Aquatic adventures and many, many await you!
Claude Gonzales owner the Cip Diving Club, located on the  Malendure beach in Bouillante, right in front of the COUSTEAU RESERVE. His Club welcomes beginners as well as advanced levels since they are also an international diving shool with multilingual certified trainers. The Cousteau Reserve covers 12 differents sites and 3 wrecks. 2h away you can reach the famous “SEC PATE” which is known for being one of the most beautiful diving spots in the world. It is also a part of the Cousteau Reserve, located in the Channel of Les Saintes.
Rhum-ing in Paradise
The Guadeloupe Archipelago has long been a premier producer of rum (or rhum as it is called locally) and the nine distilleries present today have remained true to time-honored traditions, thus producing high quality multi-awarded labels. Rhum agricole is distilled directly from cane juice for a pure and signature taste. The nine distilleries offer tours and tastings, a favorite experience for rum connoisseurs in the know. On your tour, try a Ti’Punch, a local aperitif made with rhum, lime, and brown sugar. You can now enjoy a sip of award-winning Guadeloupean rhum as you plan your getaway to Guadeloupe Islands with Rhum Damoiseau.
Ti’Punch is also part of the pleasant rites of Antillean life, usually served in a glass bearing the stamp of the great rum distilleries named after century-old Creole families. And though ti-punch recipes vary from one island to another, glasses are filled and re-filled at the same incredible speed wherever you may venture. The carnival period is busy with activity, firecrackers boom, pink confetti cover the streets like orchid petals and the towns bustle with five days of incessant dancing. Guadeloupe has not yet unveiled all its charms. Chuchotis, madras, rum, rhythms… Discover the butterfly island!
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Rum & Tourism
Guadeloupe • “KARUKERA”
Five Islands, One Paradise….
The original Amerindian name for Guadeloupe Islands is “KARUKERA” which means “the islands with beautiful waters”. The Islands of Guadeloupe are without a doubt one of the most beautiful locations for your vacation. Caressed by the trade winds and warmed year round by an endless tropical sun, washed on the East by the surging Atlantic and bathed on the West by the balmy Caribbean, the Guadeloupe archipelago is a true paradise.
The Caribbean Sea, with its stunning palette of blues, is ideal for a raft of exhilarating water sports—one visit just isn’t enough to do it all. Stretch out on the sand with your toes in the water, skim the waves on a Jet Ski, discover coral reefs and sea sponges in the deep blue yonder, watch the wind swell your sails under a cloudless sky, learn some fun facts at the Grand Cul-de-Sac Marin Nature Reserve, sail a catamaran in search of white, sandy beaches…Aquatic adventures and many, many await you!
Claude Gonzales owner the Cip Diving Club, located on the  Malendure beach in Bouillante, right in front of the COUSTEAU RESERVE. His Club welcomes beginners as well as advanced levels since they are also an international diving shool with multilingual certified trainers. The Cousteau Reserve covers 12 differents sites and 3 wrecks. 2h away you can reach the famous “SEC PATE” which is known for being one of the most beautiful diving spots in the world. It is also a part of the Cousteau Reserve, located in the Channel of Les Saintes.
Rhum-ing in Paradise
The Guadeloupe Archipelago has long been a premier producer of rum (or rhum as it is called locally) and the nine distilleries present today have remained true to time-honored traditions, thus producing high quality multi-awarded labels. Rhum agricole is distilled directly from cane juice for a pure and signature taste. The nine distilleries offer tours and tastings, a favorite experience for rum connoisseurs in the know. On your tour, try a Ti’Punch, a local aperitif made with rhum, lime, and brown sugar. You can now enjoy a sip of award-winning Guadeloupean rhum as you plan your getaway to Guadeloupe Islands with Rhum Damoiseau.
Ti’Punch is also part of the pleasant rites of Antillean life, usually served in a glass bearing the stamp of the great rum distilleries named after century-old Creole families. And though ti-punch recipes vary from one island to another, glasses are filled and re-filled at the same incredible speed wherever you may venture. The carnival period is busy with activity, firecrackers boom, pink confetti cover the streets like orchid petals and the towns bustle with five days of incessant dancing. Guadeloupe has not yet unveiled all its charms. Chuchotis, madras, rum, rhythms… Discover the butterfly island!
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Guadeloupe • “KARUKERA”

Five Islands, One Paradise….

The original Amerindian name for Guadeloupe Islands is “KARUKERA” which means “the islands with beautiful waters”. The Islands of Guadeloupe are without a doubt one of the most beautiful locations for your vacation. Caressed by the trade winds and warmed year round by an endless tropical sun, washed on the East by the surging Atlantic and bathed on the West by the balmy Caribbean, the Guadeloupe archipelago is a true paradise.

The Caribbean Sea, with its stunning palette of blues, is ideal for a raft of exhilarating water sports—one visit just isn’t enough to do it all. Stretch out on the sand with your toes in the water, skim the waves on a Jet Ski, discover coral reefs and sea sponges in the deep blue yonder, watch the wind swell your sails under a cloudless sky, learn some fun facts at the Grand Cul-de-Sac Marin Nature Reserve, sail a catamaran in search of white, sandy beaches…Aquatic adventures and many, many await you!

Claude Gonzales owner the Cip Diving Club, located on the  Malendure beach in Bouillante, right in front of the COUSTEAU RESERVE. His Club welcomes beginners as well as advanced levels since they are also an international diving shool with multilingual certified trainers. The Cousteau Reserve covers 12 differents sites and 3 wrecks. 2h away you can reach the famous “SEC PATE” which is known for being one of the most beautiful diving spots in the world. It is also a part of the Cousteau Reserve, located in the Channel of Les Saintes.

Rhum-ing in Paradise

The Guadeloupe Archipelago has long been a premier producer of rum (or rhum as it is called locally) and the nine distilleries present today have remained true to time-honored traditions, thus producing high quality multi-awarded labels. Rhum agricole is distilled directly from cane juice for a pure and signature taste. The nine distilleries offer tours and tastings, a favorite experience for rum connoisseurs in the know. On your tour, try a Ti’Punch, a local aperitif made with rhum, lime, and brown sugar. You can now enjoy a sip of award-winning Guadeloupean rhum as you plan your getaway to Guadeloupe Islands with Rhum Damoiseau.

Ti’Punch is also part of the pleasant rites of Antillean life, usually served in a glass bearing the stamp of the great rum distilleries named after century-old Creole families. And though ti-punch recipes vary from one island to another, glasses are filled and re-filled at the same incredible speed wherever you may venture. The carnival period is busy with activity, firecrackers boom, pink confetti cover the streets like orchid petals and the towns bustle with five days of incessant dancing. 

Guadeloupe has not yet unveiled all its charms. Chuchotis, madras, rum, rhythms… Discover the butterfly island!

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R. St Barth Authentique Rhum Agricole 12 Years

R. St Barth is an exceptional range of artisanal rhums, they epitomize the authentic aromas, luxurious flavours and gentle way of life of the French Caribbean. Launched in March 2011, The rhum is the creation of French International footballer (Manchester United), Mikael Silvestre and his wife, Severine.

R. St Barth Authentic  is a fine rum of rare age. Created from sugarcane harvested in 1998, matured in vats and distilled with traditional knowledge, this authentic rum agricole has aged for 12 years in oak barrels. Bottled in early 2011, it is unfiltered, and has a natural flavors. This rich, mahogany colored rum has hints of acacia wood. It is a limited edition rum of only 2,000 numbered bottles.

R. St Barth has been awarded triple bronze for its rhum range at the International Spirits Challenge 2012 (ISC).

700 ML • PROOF: 86 • ABV: 43%

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Rum & Celebs

Halle Berry • Classic Rum & Coca Cola

Ingredients:

  • 2 ounces Dark rum
  • Cola
  • Ice
  • Lime wedge for garnish

Method:

Pour the rum in a highball glass filled with ice. Top with cola. Garnish with a lime wedge.

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Rum Cocktails

Pear Batida

Ingredients:

  • 1 oz. Papa’s Pilar Blond rum (White rum)
  • 1 oz. pureed pear
  • 1 oz. lemon juice
  • 1 oz. champagne
  • ½ oz. simple syrup (dissolve one part sugar in one part boiling water; let cool)
  • ½ oz. Papa’s Pilar Dark rum
Method:
Shake everything but the champagne and dark rum with ice. Pour champagne into a glass, then add pear mixture and dark rum.

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Rum & Accessories

Bundaberg Rum Trolley Bar

Here is a great party piece for any Bundy fan: a Bundy Trolley Bar!  Load up the large ice tub, grab your bottle of Bundy, some friends and you’ve got a party.  The sturdy steel trolley bar can be easily wheeled around.  The bar also has storage and bench space. Made from stainless steel and metal. 

Size: 86.4 (h) x 61 (w) x 35.6 (d)cm.  

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Rum & Design
10 Sails Cayman Islands Rum
By Ana Popova & Den Yegorov • Spain
Wreck of the Ten Sail is a historic shipwreck event that occurred off the East End of Grand Cayman Island on February 8, 1794. Ten ships that were part of a convoy on its way from Jamaica to the United States and Britain wrecked on the surrounding reef. While local residents braved the stormy waters and successfully rescued the ships’ crew and passengers, eight from the convoy did not survive.
The Story on the back of the bottle:


 
On February 8, 1794, a convoy of ten merchant vessels carrying rum, cotton and wood ran aground off the coast of East End, Grand Cayman.Born seamen, the brave people of these Islands risked life and limb to rescue the unfortunate crew and passengers from the stormy waters.  As legend has it, included among those rescued was a Royal Prince, son to King George the Third of England.As reward for their exceptional bravery and boldness, the King decreed that the people of the Cayman Islands would forever thereafter be free from war conscription and taxes.
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Rum & Design
10 Sails Cayman Islands Rum
By Ana Popova & Den Yegorov • Spain
Wreck of the Ten Sail is a historic shipwreck event that occurred off the East End of Grand Cayman Island on February 8, 1794. Ten ships that were part of a convoy on its way from Jamaica to the United States and Britain wrecked on the surrounding reef. While local residents braved the stormy waters and successfully rescued the ships’ crew and passengers, eight from the convoy did not survive.
The Story on the back of the bottle:


 
On February 8, 1794, a convoy of ten merchant vessels carrying rum, cotton and wood ran aground off the coast of East End, Grand Cayman.Born seamen, the brave people of these Islands risked life and limb to rescue the unfortunate crew and passengers from the stormy waters.  As legend has it, included among those rescued was a Royal Prince, son to King George the Third of England.As reward for their exceptional bravery and boldness, the King decreed that the people of the Cayman Islands would forever thereafter be free from war conscription and taxes.
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Rum & Design
10 Sails Cayman Islands Rum
By Ana Popova & Den Yegorov • Spain
Wreck of the Ten Sail is a historic shipwreck event that occurred off the East End of Grand Cayman Island on February 8, 1794. Ten ships that were part of a convoy on its way from Jamaica to the United States and Britain wrecked on the surrounding reef. While local residents braved the stormy waters and successfully rescued the ships’ crew and passengers, eight from the convoy did not survive.
The Story on the back of the bottle:


 
On February 8, 1794, a convoy of ten merchant vessels carrying rum, cotton and wood ran aground off the coast of East End, Grand Cayman.Born seamen, the brave people of these Islands risked life and limb to rescue the unfortunate crew and passengers from the stormy waters.  As legend has it, included among those rescued was a Royal Prince, son to King George the Third of England.As reward for their exceptional bravery and boldness, the King decreed that the people of the Cayman Islands would forever thereafter be free from war conscription and taxes.
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Rum & Design
10 Sails Cayman Islands Rum
By Ana Popova & Den Yegorov • Spain
Wreck of the Ten Sail is a historic shipwreck event that occurred off the East End of Grand Cayman Island on February 8, 1794. Ten ships that were part of a convoy on its way from Jamaica to the United States and Britain wrecked on the surrounding reef. While local residents braved the stormy waters and successfully rescued the ships’ crew and passengers, eight from the convoy did not survive.
The Story on the back of the bottle:


 
On February 8, 1794, a convoy of ten merchant vessels carrying rum, cotton and wood ran aground off the coast of East End, Grand Cayman.Born seamen, the brave people of these Islands risked life and limb to rescue the unfortunate crew and passengers from the stormy waters.  As legend has it, included among those rescued was a Royal Prince, son to King George the Third of England.As reward for their exceptional bravery and boldness, the King decreed that the people of the Cayman Islands would forever thereafter be free from war conscription and taxes.
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Rum & Design
10 Sails Cayman Islands Rum
By Ana Popova & Den Yegorov • Spain
Wreck of the Ten Sail is a historic shipwreck event that occurred off the East End of Grand Cayman Island on February 8, 1794. Ten ships that were part of a convoy on its way from Jamaica to the United States and Britain wrecked on the surrounding reef. While local residents braved the stormy waters and successfully rescued the ships’ crew and passengers, eight from the convoy did not survive.
The Story on the back of the bottle:


 
On February 8, 1794, a convoy of ten merchant vessels carrying rum, cotton and wood ran aground off the coast of East End, Grand Cayman.Born seamen, the brave people of these Islands risked life and limb to rescue the unfortunate crew and passengers from the stormy waters.  As legend has it, included among those rescued was a Royal Prince, son to King George the Third of England.As reward for their exceptional bravery and boldness, the King decreed that the people of the Cayman Islands would forever thereafter be free from war conscription and taxes.
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Rum & Design
10 Sails Cayman Islands Rum
By Ana Popova & Den Yegorov • Spain
Wreck of the Ten Sail is a historic shipwreck event that occurred off the East End of Grand Cayman Island on February 8, 1794. Ten ships that were part of a convoy on its way from Jamaica to the United States and Britain wrecked on the surrounding reef. While local residents braved the stormy waters and successfully rescued the ships’ crew and passengers, eight from the convoy did not survive.
The Story on the back of the bottle:


 
On February 8, 1794, a convoy of ten merchant vessels carrying rum, cotton and wood ran aground off the coast of East End, Grand Cayman.Born seamen, the brave people of these Islands risked life and limb to rescue the unfortunate crew and passengers from the stormy waters.  As legend has it, included among those rescued was a Royal Prince, son to King George the Third of England.As reward for their exceptional bravery and boldness, the King decreed that the people of the Cayman Islands would forever thereafter be free from war conscription and taxes.
ZoomInfo
Rum & Design
10 Sails Cayman Islands Rum
By Ana Popova & Den Yegorov • Spain
Wreck of the Ten Sail is a historic shipwreck event that occurred off the East End of Grand Cayman Island on February 8, 1794. Ten ships that were part of a convoy on its way from Jamaica to the United States and Britain wrecked on the surrounding reef. While local residents braved the stormy waters and successfully rescued the ships’ crew and passengers, eight from the convoy did not survive.
The Story on the back of the bottle:


 
On February 8, 1794, a convoy of ten merchant vessels carrying rum, cotton and wood ran aground off the coast of East End, Grand Cayman.Born seamen, the brave people of these Islands risked life and limb to rescue the unfortunate crew and passengers from the stormy waters.  As legend has it, included among those rescued was a Royal Prince, son to King George the Third of England.As reward for their exceptional bravery and boldness, the King decreed that the people of the Cayman Islands would forever thereafter be free from war conscription and taxes.
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Rum & Design

10 Sails Cayman Islands Rum

By Ana Popova & Den Yegorov • Spain

Wreck of the Ten Sail is a historic shipwreck event that occurred off the East End of Grand Cayman Island on February 8, 1794. Ten ships that were part of a convoy on its way from Jamaica to the United States and Britain wrecked on the surrounding reef. While local residents braved the stormy waters and successfully rescued the ships’ crew and passengers, eight from the convoy did not survive.

The Story on the back of the bottle:
 
On February 8, 1794, a convoy of ten merchant vessels carrying rum, cotton and wood ran aground off the coast of East End, Grand Cayman.

Born seamen, the brave people of these Islands risked life and limb to rescue the unfortunate crew and passengers from the stormy waters.  As legend has it, included among those rescued was a Royal Prince, son to King George the Third of England.

As reward for their exceptional bravery and boldness, the King decreed that the people of the Cayman Islands would forever thereafter be free from war conscription and taxes.

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Rum & Sport
Home Ron Barceló
By David Muñoz Suárez • Dominican Republic
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Rum & Sport
Home Ron Barceló
By David Muñoz Suárez • Dominican Republic
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Rum & Sport

Home Ron Barceló

By David Muñoz Suárez • Dominican Republic

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