Rum from Anguilla

A small archipelago of 102 km2, Anguilla is a British Overseas Territory. Although the official English presence dates back to 1650, this land in the northern Lesser Antilles was a stronghold of English and Dutch buccaneers and filibusters who clashed there for several decades. At the end of the 17th century, planters settled there and established several crops such as sugar cane, but without much success.
Alongside the presence of multiple American stars on the beaches of Anguilla, we note the presence of Rum Pyrat, whose name echoes the epic battles of the 16th century. In 1995, Anguilla Rums Ltd was founded. Without distilling, the company blends Caribbean rums and produces Planters Gold rum. In 1996, it merged with "The Patron Spirits Company" and the rum changed its name to "Pyrat". In 2010, the company closed and moved its production to Guyana, to Demerara Distillers Ltd and bottled at Diamond.

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