RL Seale is one of Barbados’ oldest trading houses, a family-
It was not until the 1906 Rum Duty Act was passed that the industry began to develop as we know it today. Prior to this, distillation took place on many of the plantations, but the new law meant the distilleries had to obtain a licence and could sell only in bulk.
The Foursquare Distillery occupies the site of a former sugar factory that dates back to 1636 and is now one of the most modern and efficient rum distilleries in the world. It has been designed to be highly energy efficient and environmentally friendly. The distillery produces light rums in a three-
The company produces the island’s number one selling white rum, and for export, the Doorly range.
Hence many of the Bridgetown trading companies became bottlers, including Martin Doorly & Co, and the growth of branded names began. Martin Doorly evolved into Doorly’s Macaw Rum, and became the first bottled rum exported from the island. Doorly’s rums are still famous throughout the world and are made at one of the world’s most modern rum distilleries.
Aged in American Oak and Olloroso Casks before being blended together.
Amber, with a complex, dried tropical fruit
A vibrant entry leads to an evolving palate of fruit, toasted coconut and oak notes.
Finishes with a fruity sweetness and warmth, but has a balanced lingering taste.
THE IDEAL SERVE
Mix with Taylors Velvet Falernum liqueur serve on ice and garnish with a slice of lime,