Manuel Gómez, Habana

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Ron Hatuey -  Manuel Gómez, Habana (cu_22)
Ron Hatuey

Ron Hatuey

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Geschichte

Die Firma wurde in Jahr <1916 hergestellt.


The Hatuey name was taken from the name of a brave cuban indian chief who was a rebel leader in arms against the cruel spanish colonization. Hatuey was captured by spanish troops and was sentenced to die on the bonfire. His finals words are legendary in Cuba's history. When asked by an spanish priest to become catholic, because that way after he die he would go to heaven, Hatuey asked, are these cruel white men also going to heaven when they die?, after the priest said yes, Hatuey quickly replied, "then I don't want to go to heaven!".

[Die Quelle: WorthPoint, zitiert 2014]

According to the Cuban trade mark register, Manuel Gómez, Calzada de la Infanta 20 y 22, Habana has protected the name FUNDADOR.


According to the Cuban trade mark register, Manuel Gómez, Calzada de la Infanta 20 y 22, Habana resp. M. Gómez y Compañía, S. en C. Basarrate entre San Miguel y San Rafael, Habana has protected the names MANOLO, PERIQUITO, EL ATLETICO, Carta Hatuey and Carta Gómez.


According to the Cuban trade mark register, Manuel Gómez, Calzada de la Infanta 20 y 22, Habana had protected the rum names Carta Fina, FAUSTO, PERICO, CUARINA, FRASQUITO, JOSE ROSARIO, CULPITA, CARTA HABANA, CAÑA ORIENTAL, BENDITA, BEATA, DRACK, CAÑA LINDA, Carta Manolo, SANTA, AÑEJO GOMEZ




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cu_22: Ron Hatuey; M. Gomez, Habana, Cuba

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