Puerto Rico

Here is list of companies whose rum bottle labels I have in my collection:

Cía. Ron Alambique, Toja Baja (1)
Compania Antillana De Ron (2)
Jose Arechabala, S.A. (1)
Licoreria Arecibo (1)
Bacardi Corp., Catano (20)
Barcelo Marques & Co (3)
Licoreria La Bodega / Monllor & Boscio, Ponce (2)
Brugal & Co (1)
Bugalu LTD (1)
Licoreria Busigo, Sabana Grande (1)
Caliche Rum, Ponce (1)
Destileria Caray, Juncos (2)
Caribe Distillers (1)
Compania Ron Carioca, San Juan (2)
Ron de Castillo y Cia (3)
Catano Industries, Catano (1)
L. Chardon, Ponce (1)
Jose Gonzalez Clemente & Co, Mayaguez (4)
Destilería Cruz, Jayuya, PR (8)
Edmundo B. Fernandez, Inc (3)
Freyre & Rovira (1)
Destileria Ron Granado (3)
Guild Distilling Company, San Juan (2)
Compania Ron Llave (2)
Licoreria Marin & Co, Mayaguez (3)
Compania Ron Merito (2)
Captain Morgan Rum Co. (8)
Fred L. Myers & Son Co (2)
National Liquor Co. Inc, Hato Rey (3)
J.R. Nieves & Cia, Arroyo (1)
Destileria del Norte, San Juan (2)
Puerto Rican American Liquor Co. Inc. (3)
Puerto Rico Distillers, Inc. (6)
Punta Salinas Distilling Company, San Juan (1)
Distilleries V.M. Ramirez (3)
Ron Granado (1)
Ron Oro Nativo, Mayagüez (0)
Ronrico Rum Company, Arecibo (16)
Licoreria Roses, Inc., Arecibo (1)
Destileria Serralles, Ponce (21)
Trigo Corp., Toja Baja (2)
Destilleria Tropical (1)

  rum z Portorika od 199 Kč

Luckily Puerto Rico was home to one of great figures in rum making, Rafael Arroyo, who in 1936 had embarked on the first serious scientific study of rum production. Arroyo’s investigations were interrupted during World War II, but afterward his studies became more relevant than ever and are still regarded as essential reading for rum distillers. In 1953, the Planta Piloto de Ron (Rum Pilot Plant) was founded, its brief to investigate every aspect of rum-making and pass on the information, free, to any distiller who wanted to use it – whether based in Puerto Rico or not. The result: the creation of the lighter-bodied style of rum that still dominates the world. Today, Puerto Rico produces 35 million proof gallons of rum a year, the bulk of which is exported to America.

[Source: Dave Broom, Jason Lowe: Rum, 2003, p. 77]

More than 80% of rum consumed in the US is produced in Puerto Rico.

[Source: Colonial Wines & Spirits, cit. 2004]

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