Rum from Guadeloupe
As a small group of islands in the Eastern Caribbean, Guadeloupe is located in the northern part of the Lesser Antilles. The country was declared a region of France by the French after the Second World War. The sugar plantations then grew enormously. The production of rum or more precisely rhum, as it is called there, mostly comes from sugar cane juice or molasses. The most famous and famous rum distillery on Guadeloupe is the Damoiseau Distillery on Grand-Terre. Damoiseau Rum has received several awards at international spirits competitions.
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