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Old 01-01-2011, 11:29 PM   #1
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My sister and I were in Barbados in May. We visited the Foursquare Distillary. We loved the white rum -- falgernum (not sure of spelling). They said we could e-mail them to order. E-mail didn't work. Cannot find a website. Any ideas how I can find it? I found the "Velvet Falernum", but I don't remember "velvet" in the name. Thanks
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Old 01-02-2011, 11:25 AM   #2
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Welcome to the Ministry of Rum forums.
What you found was Velvet Falernum, a sweetened, low-proof, clove-flavored, white rum based drink that is popular in Barbados during the holiday season. The label has been updated from the picture shown on the link above.

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John D. Taylor Velvet Falernum is imported into the United States by Haus Alpenz. You can contact them to find a retailer or market near you.
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