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Old 01-31-2008, 09:42 AM   #1
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Default Santa Teresa - Must view

I have managed to obtain some fascinating info on Santa Teresa which we wanted to share.

We've been sent a copy of their brand marketing presentation with loads of background info on the brands and the rum market, plus a pdf which gives loads of production information. The good people at Santa Teresa Uk are so confident in their rum that they've agreed to allow us to host them on our website.

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http://www.ipbartenders.com/rum_collection.phtml
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Old 01-31-2008, 10:23 AM   #2
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*Fantastic* stuff!!
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I thought you might like that - I was buzzing when I was told it was ok to share
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Thanks for posting and sharing with us. 1796 is a fantastic rum, and I am happy to know more about how it is made. Thanks again.
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That was very interesting Paul, thanks for sharing this with us, much appreciated!
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Very cool!
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Thanks for sharing that Paul. Keep in mind that this is marketing information. Martinique, for example, doesn't produce any commercial quantities of pot still rum.

The story isn't quite the same as I was told while visiting Santa Teresa on my visit last year, but it's still very good rum.
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I was really looking forward to reading into how the solera method works. Its really quite innovative! Itll make for a more uniform product than a rum that is a blend of many rums.
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Quite interesting. Of course, they forgot Bermuda, but eh.

The Solera process is also what is used for Armagnac, no?
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Quite interesting. Of course, they forgot Bermuda, but eh.

The Solera process is also what is used for Armagnac, no?
Correct me if Im wrong, but I believe no rum is made in Bermuda. Goslings merely ages and bottles its rums there. Not sure where the rums come from though.
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