Cuba

Cuba is the largest island in the Caribbean with an area equal to one fifth of France. The production of sugar cane was omnipresent there just before the Cuban revolution with 1.2 million hectares of cultivated fields! Today, there are still more than 400,000 hectares of sugarcane... Read more

Cuba is the largest island in the Caribbean with an area equal to one fifth of France. The production of sugar cane was omnipresent there just before the Cuban revolution with 1.2 million hectares of cultivated fields! Today, there are still more than 400,000 hectares of sugarcane... Read more

Cuba is the largest island in the Caribbean with an area equal to one fifth of France. The production of sugar cane was omnipresent just before the Cuban revolution with 1.2 million hectares of cultivated fields! Today, there are still more than 400,000 hectares.

We cannot talk about Cuban rum without evoking the years of prohibition in the United States. Indeed, Cuba being the closest island, the Americans came there to spend festive and drunken vacations.
Of the many personalities who stayed on the island at the time, Ernest Hemingway is undoubtedly the one who left his mark the most. His friendship with the famous Cuban barman and inventor of cocktails Constantino Ribalaigua made the famous daiquiri popular.

If the white rums consumed locally are Cubay, Santiago and Arecha, the emblematic brand exported worldwide is Havana Club. Created in 1934, it has enjoyed growing international success since 1993 thanks to an agreement between the Cuban government and the Pernod Ricard group. Banned from importation into the United States, the recent warming of relations with Cuba opens new perspectives for the brand and Cuban rums in general. Read less

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