Dominican Rum with a Cuban heritage!
This rum (yet) well known in France since a young Cuban spanish roots named Juanillo Olivier arrived in the 19th sciècle to Cuba to make war .... and remained to cultivate tobacco and sugarcane.
Amber color with cats.
The nose is marked by delicate aromas of polished wood accented by the sweetness of sugar cane and subtle notes of wet grass and soft fruits.
The palate is very soft to fully disclose the palate with lots of body.
The finish reveals hints of oak and surprises us with gourmet flavors of pastry.
Sharing the large island of Hispaniola with Haiti, the Republic of Santo Domingo yet experienced radically different evolution. It is here that the first plantations were developed sugar cane after the voyages of Columbus, and the sugar industry has long been a major activity.