First some history about Distillerie Radermacher:
In 1836, Peter Radermacher, a farmer by trade, decided to found a gin distillery. At the time he already possessed a
mill and could use the ground corn as raw material for the distillation of gin.
This was the beginning of Radermacher distillery. His son Leonard succeeded him after
his death and took over the agricultural distillery.
Today, Radermacher Distillery is very proud to look back on her more than 183 years of existence and
offers a wide range of spirits, liqueurs, fruit flavoured aperitives and Whiskies.
For a long time, Radermacher products have only been reserved to the local and Belgian connoisseurs,
but they are now being appreciated by a vast public in numerous countries worldwide.
Info about the rum from the distillery:
Considering Fair Trade in the search of raw materials, the distillery Rader-
macher has chosen a distillate of organic sugar cane for the elaboration of its
1836 Organic Barrel Aged Rum.
After a first ageing in french Limousin oak barrels, which contributed previ-
ously to the ageing of the Lambertus Whisky, the whole richness of the rum’s
aromatic palette will then be refined by a finishing in new american oak casks.
Inspired by the Lincoln process, the 1836 Organic Barrel Aged Rum is finally
filtered on flakes of organic fair trade cocoa beans, which gives the rum its
particular typicity and full bodied taste.