Sir John Gay Alleyne was so effective at leading the company, and earned such a widely-respected reputation internationally as a business manager and community leader, that the company was renamed in his honour after his death in at the proposal of his longtime friend John Sober, whose estate benefited greatly over the years under Sir John Gay Alleyne's effective management. As there was already a Mount Alleyne in existence on the island of Barbados, the company was renamed Mount Gay Distilleries, incorporating the beloved Sir John Gay Alleyne's middle name. Andrewa seat he held for the next forty years, with only a break in
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I think we should all be rum drinkers. More and more people are becoming rum drinkers every day. However, there is still a lot of trepidation and misunderstanding about this impending new rum order.
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If there's one thing the Caribbean is known for as much as its beaches, it's its rum. The spirit was first distilled on the islands during the 17th century when sugar plantation slaves discovered molasses — a byproduct of the refining process — could be fermented into alcohol. Caribbean rum producers have spent the centuries since perfecting the process of distillation, aging and blending, and many of the world's best rums come from the Caribbean.
Mount Gay Rum, those words flow off the tongue almost as easily as the sweet nectar flows on to it. As most of you know the Mount Gay Rum distillers claim they are the oldest rum makers in the Caribbean. That being said, Mount Gay Eclipse Rum is one of my staple go to rums.
Every drinker has their own idea of which is the best rum. Others will pour nothing other than Bacardi because it's what they've been drinking for years. Rum is a very diverse category of liquor with many great brands, labels, and styles available.
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