In 1862, Dupre Barbancourt, a native of Charente in France, put the finishing touches to a recipe for rum that still bears his name today. Using his homeland’s double distillation method usually reserved for cognacs, he distils a unique product which will regularly be recognised and receive the highest international distinctions, even today. Rh ... Read More »
An old bottling of Barbancourt 3 star Rhum, Haiti's finest. We estimate this was bottled in the 1960s, the label referring to the late Paul Gardere, whose son Jean was in charge at the time of production. This bottle was produced for the Italian market, with it carrying a sticker for Baretto-Import of Milan.