The Cane plant, rum’s primary raw ingredient, is the natural source of its flavour. Thus the land on which it grows & its microclimate determines its character, Therefore we choose to explore the terroirs of Grenada – one place, one farm, at a time, captured here as fresh, vibrant spirit before cask ageing.
A south facing, steep-sided, sun-soaked bowl, the amphitheatre of New Bacolet is planted with drought- tolerant cane on the weathered upper slopes, whilst lush growth enjoys the deeper, rich colluvial soils below: a textbook exploration of terroir & more rugged than nearby Old Bacolet. For this rum they harvested the sucrose-rich variety they call lacalome Red from the Goat hill field, which stands on the terroir known as upper combe. 50% ABV.