Crossing the river Lézarde, Housing Saint-Etienne is in the typical landscape of northern island of Martinique, with its lush vegetation and the omnipresence of water. Saint-Etienne was built on the foundations of "The Maugée" a candy whose lands extended in the early nineteenth century more than 400 hectares, Gros Morne Saint Jospeh. The architectural ensemble consisting of the house, overlooking the distillery and the old boxes of workers, reflecting the system fit for habitation Martinique.
Amber color with cats.
Nose opens slowly prune, toffee.
The palate is lively, sprightly, bee wax and stewed fruit, with spice, vanilla and concentrated tannins giving an original finish.
The final, very spicy is marked by the influence of bourbon casks. Back in the mouth long after the tasting. Impressive.
The French Antilles are the paradise of rum, especially in Martinique, with a focus on local consumption while the white rum rum is consumed in France. Between the absence of customs barriers in France to support the rum industry overseas territories and quota policy for domestic waters life hexagonal, the Caribbean rum asserts its difference. Cap on the islands.
Gold medal in the competition in 2005 and 2006 agricultural