Barbados, Panama, Trinidad, and Grenada are just a few of the exotic places represented by Plantation Rum. Produced by Pierre Fernand, each bottle is made to represent the country it’s coming from, and is distilled in the country’s traditional fashion. From there, the liquor is sent to France for several months to be refined in French oak Cognac barrels. Plantation Rum is designed to look like it’s just come off an 18th century pirate ship, and the golden tones of the rum are only complimented by the label and twine that wraps around the bottle. It looks rugged enough to be picked up off the shores of Jamaica by a drifter, but I’m certain it will look even better in your liquor cabinet. If you’re 21+ (or from anywhere but America), grab it here.

2 Responses to “Plantation Rum Straight From the Islands”

  1. joanne says:

    So what you’re saying is that us Americans can’t buy this stuff, huh? We don’t want it anyway. And where are you from anyways? You act like being american isn’t good enough. Maybe you should go back to where you came from.

  2. JE says:

    You can get Plantation in the US. I’m not sure where you are getting your information from.

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