Industrias Tip Top Leáñez & Cia., Curacao

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Ponche Caribe -  Industrias Tip Top Leáñez & Cia., Curacao (an26)
Ponche Caribe

Ponche Caribe

100 x 147 mm (3.9" x 5.8")
Ponche Caribe -  Industrias Tip Top Leáñez & Cia., Curacao (an27)
Ponche Caribe

Ponche Caribe

100 x 144 mm (3.9" x 5.7")

History

Company was established in 1935.

[Source: Company's web site, cited 2010]

Don Angel J. Leánez emigrated from Venezuela to the picturesque colonial Dutch-Caribbean island of Curacao, in 1918.

His early experiments with the distillation of rum, soon led him to produce his first few cases with ingredients he had imported from France.

Don Leánez used his original rum blend, in creating the well known cream liqueur Caribe Ponche.

Increased demand, beyond his friends and family, soon allowed Don Leánez to move his operations out of the home and into a self-built shop.

[Source: Company's web site, cited 2010]


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Founder
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Industrias Tip Top
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A.J. Leáñez (1960)
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R.S. Leáñez
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The new plant (1995)
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Third Generation

Here are full texts from the labels

an26: Caribe; US 22°, GL 11°; 23 Oz, 0.70 Lt; Ponche Caribe; Special Elaboration; The Original Rum - Cream; Produced by Leáñez & Cia, Curacao

an27: US 22°, GL 11°; PC; 750 ml; Ponche Caribe; Shake before serving; The Original Rum - Cream; Produced by Leáñez & Cia, Curacao, Netherlands Antilles

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