Providence Estate

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Rum - Providence Estate (it_100)
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Providence Estate 1990 Trinidad - Providence Estate (uk_171)
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Providence Estate 1990 Trinidad

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Providence sugar estate and rum distillery at Chagunos. Famed light golden rums from the Providence Patent Stil. GenHistoryRef("The Wordsworth Dictionary of Drink", "", "2005, p. 475"); ?>

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Providence Estate was founded around 1770 by Sir William Young, at one time Governor of Tobago and Commissioner of Lands in Tobago and Grenada. The three hundred odd acres outside the tiny hamlet of Les Couteaux in the Main Ridge.

Young died in a duel in 1777 with neighbouring landowner Peter Franklyn (reputedly over a slave woman) and the estate along with others passed to his son. The property remained in the Young family until the early 20th century. The estate boasted a fine water mill and a magnificent aqueduct, both of which might still exist. GenHistoryRef("Trinidad & Tobago Association of Ottawa", "", "2020"); ?>

Here are full texts from the labels

it_100: Barangai Rum Providence 1990; 15; West Indies; Product of Trinidad & Tobago; 70 cl e

uk_171: Providence Estate Finest Trinidad Rum 1990; Matured in Sherrywood; 70 cl; Produce of Trinidad & Tobago; 43% vol; Bristol Classic Rum

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