This is the “RUM” Directoty. Pages found within this Category are listed below.
We usually have sunshine all year round but there are some days, specifically during the summer months that it rains. But the beauty of Caribbean life is that there is always something to do, as the older generation would say, “rain fall, sun shine!” Harrison’s Cave Tour this lovely and eye catching limestone cavern via
The month of March features several important events on the Barbados’ yearly calendar, both sporting and entertainment wise. See below for our collection of 11 things to do this month. Sandy Lane Gold Cup Date: 3rd March Location: Garrison Savannah, St. Michael Start time: 1pm Horse racing in Barbados is a time honoured tradition, but the pinnacle
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“A visit to Barbados without rum is like a visit to the Sahara without sand.” This quote epitomizes the link between this tiny, 166 square mile island, and rum. Rum has become a huge staple of Barbados’ culture and by extension economy. While it is said that rum is the oldest distilled spirit in the
The Food & Wine and Rum Festival Usually spanning 4 days in the month of November, this world class festival has been hosted by Barbados since November 2010. It gives persons, locals and tourists alike, the opportunity to taste the delicious cuisine prepared by a number of celebrity chefs (local and international) and also sample