Westerhall Distillery, St. David's
I exhibit 4 of the 7 labels of my collection. Other labels differ only in details. Undisplayed labels are variations with minor differences.
The third oldest distillery in Grenada, Westerhall Estates, is owned by the Williams family In their words: "At Westerhall Estate we take pride in maintaining tradition. So we still make our rums the old fashioned way; slowly, carefully, with the skill and knowledge of generations of experience. Time has taught us that you never rush a good rum."
The Westerhall Estate dates from 1800 and is the third oldest distillery in Grenada. Easily reached by minibus, west of St. David's on the south coast road, this 70- acre estate produces sugar cane, cocoa, citrus, bananas, and rum. Privately owned by the Williams family, work was under way to restore this distillery to its original working order when I visited here.
Here are full texts from the labels
gd1: Westerhall; Plantation Rum; Produced and bottled by Westerhall Distillery, St. David's, Grenada, W.I.; Product of The West Indies; 43% Alcohol by Volume (86 Proof); 750 ml; Batch No.
gd24: Westerhall; Superb Light Grenad Rum; 750 ml; 43% alc/vol; Blended & Bottled by Westerhall Distillery, St. David's, Grenada, W.I.
gd25: No artificial Colouring used; Rum Sipper; Supreme Westerhall Strong Rum; Blended and Bottled by Westerhall Estate, Grenada, West Indies; Not less than 70% alcohol by volume.
gd23: Jack Iron; Bottled by Westerhall Estate Ltd., Rum; 750 ml; Grenada, West Indies; 70% alc/vol
de_119: Alambic Classique Collection; Westerhall 1998 XO; Rare Single Cask Rum; 14 Years Old; Distilled: 1998, Bottled: 2012; Distilled, Matured and Bottled for Alambic Classique, Bad Wörishofen, Germany; 70 cl; Product of Grenada; 45% vol
de_345: RA; Rum Artesanal; Grenada Rum; Single Cask Rum; Westerhall Distillery; Distilled 08.1993; Bottled 03.2019; Cask No. 1281; 61.1% vol; 500 ml