5 results for Distillers in Jamaica
 
 

Monymusk Rum is the supplied by the state-owned National Rums of Jamaica Ltd, (NRJ), the holding Company of Clarendon Distillers Ltd, Long Pond Distillers Ltd and Innswood Dis tillery Ltd (collectively the NRJ Group). We are one of the leading distillers, producer and exporters of bulk and branded quality Jamaican rums.

The Monymusk brand name was chosen because of the historical significance of the area, the taste, the aroma, and this splendid blend was blended by master blender Derrick Dunn and his team CDL.Monymusk, Jamaica's oldest sugar and rum producing estate, has been producing rum from molasses for over 200 years and the estate is synonymous with the production of good-quality rum that is world-renowned. Our rums are of the highest quality and the highest international standards are maintained.

The Monymusk is by far, a premium and our objective is to make it the rum of choice for not only Jamaicans, the Caribbean region, but worldwide. The vision has been to prod uce premium branded rums for the local and overseas markets
Read more......Read less

 
 

Worthy Park Estate Ltd in the parish of St. Catherine is 1,200 feet above sea level in a valley known as the Vale of Lluidas and is surrounded by mountains.

The Estate is located in the geographical centre of the island of Jamaica, approximately forty miles by road to the north west of the capital, Kingston and twenty eight miles due south of Ocho Rios, the major tourist centre of Jamaica.

The name Worthy Park was patented in 1670 - this land was given to a Lieutenant Francis Price for his services to Cromwell during the English invasion and ultimate capture of Jamaica from the Spanish in 1655. The commercial production of cane and sugar began fifty years hereafter in 1720 and the production of cane and sugar continues in every year to the present day.

The production of rum ceased in the 1950's under agreement with the Spirits Pool Association of Jamaica to curtail the over production of Jamaican Rum which occurred in the years following World War II. Since 1670 Wo rthy Park has been owned by three families, including the present proprietors. The Clarke Family acquired the Estate in 1918. Since the time of acquisition by the Clarkes, the Estate has remained private and has always been owner-operated and managed.

Currently Worthy Park is 3,600 hectares, mills 210,000 tonnes of cane annually, of which 90,000 tonnes are produced by the Estate (the remainder purchased from Farmers) with an average annual sugar production of 24,000 tonnes and 7,000 tonnes of molasses. On the agricultural side, the Estate produces sugar cane at 83 tonnes per hectare and 10 tonnes of sugar per hectare.

The Worthy Park Sugar Factory's efficiency has been rated No.1 in Jamaica every year since 1968.

Rum-Bar Rum:-

Rum-Bar Rum is Jamaica's premium White Over-proof Rum, Worthy Gold - In Early 2010, Worthy Park Estate added to its repertoire Worthy Gold , a premium combination of aged rums that have been hand-blended to perfection, Rum-Bar Rum Cre am:-

Rum-Bar Rum Cream is the latest addition to our product portfolio, it is made with our premium Rum-Bar white overproof rum and real cream as the main ingredient, Rum-Bar Vodka:-

Rum-Bar Vodka is produced to be crisp, clean, and neutral with a focus on the drinking experience, vibe and flavor delivery
Read more......Read less

 
 
 

Appleton Estate Ltd produces a wide variety of aged rums, as well as standard gold and white rums such as Appleton Estate V/X, Appleton Estate Reserve 8 year old, Appleton Est ate Extra 12 year old, Appleton Estate Master Blenders Legacy, Appleton Estate 21 year old, Appleton Estate Exclusive Distillery Only, and Appleton Estate 30 year old. Read more......Read less

The Cliff: Hours

  • MondayCLOSED
  • Tuesday11:00 AM - 11:00 PM
  • Wednesday11:00 AM - 11:00 PM
  • Thursday11:00 AM - 11:00 PM
  • Friday11:00 AM - 11:00 PM
  • Saturday11:00 AM - 11:00 PM
  • Sunday11:00 AM - 11:00 PM

Find A Person

White Pages Search Tips
Leave the first name blank to expand your search.
For first name, try more formal variations (e.g. James rather than Jim or Jimmy) or vice versa.
If the last name is common, include the full first name and middle initial.
If the last name is hypenated (e.g. Covey-Jones), try using one of the names without the hyphen.

Search by Phone Number

Reverse Phone Number Search Tips
Reverse telephone number search helps find a business or person by enetering a phone number or fax number.
Search with the last 7 digits of a phone number to find a specific listing
Search with the last 4 digits of a phone number to view all listings with phone numbers containing that portion

Find a Government Office

Government Office Search Tips
Enter a keywork like education, health, police
For full office, try the formal office or ministry name (e.g. Ministry of National Security)
If the department name is hyphenated, try searching without the hyphen

Sign Up

Sign Up Message

Favorite Added

This page has been added to your favorites! You can access your favorites any time you are logged in from the user menu.

Upload a Photo

CHOOSE A PHOTO No Photo Selected

Review: Write Review

Fill out the form below to leave a review.

Sign In

Log In Message

The Cliff: Phone Numbers

The Cliff: Website

The Cliff: Social

The Cliff: Send E-Mail

Fill out the form below to send an e-mail to this business.

Share

The Cliff: Locations

Category

Select a Country:

Select an Island:

Sort By:

Filter By:

Categories: