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Fey Anme ("Bitter Leaf") is inspired by the foraged botanicals harvested from the local Haitian forests: citrus, local hibiscus flower buds named Choublack for color & aromatics and dandelion for bitterness. The addition of honey provides sweetness and depth on the finish. Enjoy as an aperitif, on the rocks, or as a vermouth modifier.
Price: $29.99

The Arawaks Distillery is located in the village of Cavaillon in the southern or "Sud" province of Haiti. There Fritz Vaval harvests cane for his special rum by hand. The hand cut cane, in this case of the varietal "Madame Meuze," is collected pressed and into the fermenters in a matter of hours. The rustic open air distillery creates the perfect conditions for spontaneous wild fermentation and the incredibly volatile soup of fresh sugarcane juice feeds numerous yeast and bacteria that live naturally on the cane and in the distillery. The wart is distill...
Price: $39.99

Michel Sajous built his distillery, Chelo, where his family had cultivated cane since the 1960s on 30 hectares of land outside of Saint Michel de l'Attalaye, 100 miles north of Port-au-Prince. The small plantation is planted to many varietals of cane. The primary cultivar is Crystal, the same type used at Neisson on Martinique. Here, production is 100% organic with no chemicals or artificial fertilizers used of any kind. The cane is collected by hand and pressed immediately. The juice is sometimes concentrated slightly using steam, which allows the disti...
Price: $39.99

The incredible Casimir Distillery is perhaps the most intriguing and unusual in the Maison Velier portfolio. The village of Barraderes is located in the Haiti's Nippes province on the shores the Caribbean ocean. The tiny village has no restaurants, bars, or much else by way of commerce, but does boast 13 independent distillers who cultivate cane and distill rhum from its fresh juices. Douglas Casimir Distillery, led by the wonderful Faubert Casimir, is set on 50 hectares of mango, palm, banana, and primarily lime groves. Planted around the trees are acre...
Price: $39.99

The very special first release from Haiti's newest rum distillery, Providence, is the dream of one of rum's most endearing personalities, Luca Gargano. His connection with Haiti goes way back and his friendship with one of that island's rum royalty, Herbert Barbancourt-Linge Jr., was the catalyst for this project. The Barbancourt family, of course, is the most famous name in Haitian Rhum. Luca and his close friend and parnter, Vittorio Capovilla, knew that Haiti could produce some of the best cane in the Caribbean and together the three friends built a g...
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This traditional Clairin producer is located in Le Carrefour des Peres near Milot in Northern Haiti. Patrick St Surin harvests his own sugarcane juice or makes his own stabilized syrup to distill this exceptional example of the up and coming category. Using only native yeast fermentations and small, alembic pot stills, this spirit exemplifies the raw, natural beauty of Haïti and its terroir in the most beautiful way. M. St. Surin lives in Carrefour Des Pères about a thirty-minute drive south of Cap-Haïtien. Here the plateau that forms much of the middle ...
Price: $36.99

Rhum Barbancourt is a superior premium dark rum distilled twice in copper pot stills. It is then barrel-aged in white oak barrels. Unlike other island rums, Barbancourt is made directly from sugar cane juice, pressed from hand-cut, locally grown cane. Aged 8 years. A full bodied premium Reserve Speciale dark rum with a velvety quality. Will enhance any rum drink.
Price: $28.99

Produced in the town of Pignon in Haiti's Department Nord, the unusual Le Rocher Clairin is produced from sugarcane syrup that's heated to stabilize and allow for storage of the fresh juices for up to one year. The spent lees of the previous batch is introduced to encouraging consistent and intense fermentation. Distilled on a hand built pot still to proof of 46.5% alcohol by volume, Le Rocher is one of the most complex and intense of all Haiti's magnificent Clairins. The use of dunder during the process offers incredible amounts of complexity and powerf...
Price: $39.99

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