Here is list of companies whose rum bottle labels I have in my collection:
In 1860 was on island more than 1000 distilleries.
Four rum distilleries were operating in Cuba in 1982. While they were self-sufficient in molasses, obtaining all they needed from the country's sugar factories - indeed Cuba exported molasses - most of them were located some five to twenty kilometres away from the mills. Apart from their own branded bottled rum, all of them made aguardiente de cana for blenders making up their own brands, and pure alcohol (alcohol fino). Combinado Jose A Echevarria at Cardenas produced 'Perla' and 'Legendario' rum; Destileria George Washington at Manacas 'Decano' and Jagua'; Destileria Caney at Santiago 'Refino Caribe', 'Palma Caribe', 'Carta Caney', 'Carta Oro Caney', 'Anejo Caney', 'Santiago', 'Matusalen' and 'Caribbean Club'.