Nestled in Southeastern Mexico, in the rugged region of Chiapas, Tapachula is a sustainable rural community where the Suchiate river connects with the Pacific Ocean. Surrounded by banana plantations and extraordinary tropical rainforests, Rums of Mexico is located in the first sugar mill in Chiapas, Mexico. The family owned and operated distillery has been producing exceptional rums and aguardiente for three generations since 1948. With dozens of international awards, not only is it the most awarded rum distillery in Mexico, but it produces the only Mexican rum that has earned an international award in the history of the American Rum Industry.
A destination for foodies, who want to enjoy all three of pillars of good travel: good food, spirits and adventure, guests can participate in hands-on learning about the process of making rum and aguardiente, from the fermentation of the sugarcane and the distillation, to the aging in barrels and bottling, while touring the distillery in the remote lush jungle.
Rums of Mexico distillery supports sustainable agriculture and endeavors to advance the economic and social conditions of the communities in which they operate. They are committed to preserving and respecting the earth and the environment. For example, to minimize its carbon footprint, it has eschewed the use of plastic in favor of glass for their Deadhead rum brand; and when distilling all its spirits, Rums of Mexico participates in fair trade and is green industry certified. What’s more, the brands donate to local schools, health clinics, and to local artisans.
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