In 1775 there were more than 70 distilleries on the French island of Guadeloupe in the Caribbean. Today only a few remain. Sadly, although the Gardel estate still produces sugar, its column or patent still, made it's last drop of rhum in 1992 - and this is it [ie. Classic Rum of Bristol Spirits Limited]. In that year, after 122 years of continuous production, the still was demolished.
Here are full texts from the labels
gp_67: Gardel Rhum Vieux; Cuvée Ultime; 70 cl; 45% vol
ch_7: The Secret Treasures; Rare & Exceptional Single Cask Old Guadeloupe Rum; This Product was Originally Distilled in the year 1992 at Gardel Distillery, Guadeloupe; Carefully by Fassbind of Switzerland for the collection of The Secret Treasures; Date of Distilletion 1992; 42% vol; 70 dl; Bottled August 2003
it_66: Guadeloupe 1998 rum; Rum Agricolo, pot still, Gardel Distillery.
uk_95: Bristol Classic Rum Gardel, Guadeloupe; distilled in 1992; Bottled in 2002; 10 years old; Produce of Guadeloupe; 70 cl; Selected and bottled from the wood by Bristol Spirits Ltd, GL12 8NB; Patent Still
gd35: 1998; Guadeloupe Rum; Limited Edition; Gardel; Aged 11 years in oak casks; 46% alc/vol; Bottled by Murray McDavid at Bruichaddich Distillery, Islay, PA49 7UN, Scotland; Distillery: Gardel, Guadeloupe; Distillation: 1998; Cask Type: Limousin Oak; Enhanced in: Château lafite Casks; Bottled at: Bruichladdich, 2009; Limited Release: 1300 Bottles; Product of Guadeloupe; Founded in 1870 by Générale Sucrière, a world-leader in sugar refining; It is now the last remaining refinery in these islands; Its column still made its last drop of rhum in 1992. Unusualy, the maturation, as for cognac, is in new french limousin oak; Renegade Rum Company