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and a free visit to the museum which still uses machinery worked by steam to make rum. The oldest rum distillery in the world (?) you can taste for free the different rums sold in the shop. Views outside the distillery were superb.
Must admit Rum isn't my thing but went in to see if I could find one I liked from the hundreds on display, unfortunately I couldn't but the music was excellent. Choose from a long list of VINYL albums 👍🏼
We visited the rum house last year and were so much looking forward to going back. Roberto made us very welcome and always takes the time to explain the differences in the various rums. He is such a nice guy and obviously passionate about what...More
Spent a lovely couple of hours with family and friends in this superb bar. Excellent music which suited the atmosphere of the whole place perfectly. Minimalistic furnishings but tastefully done, a simple menu of local rums with various mixers. Definitely order a ‘fisherman’s poncho’, it’s...More
We stopped here for a traditional fisherman’s Poncha - we could see this being made fresh and whilst we waited we were brought some popcorn! Lovely bar , staff were really friendly and the drinks were fabulous
Was walking through the old town in a evening and saw this house of rum (gem).
We had a rum tasting which was briliant no words to describe. Until then I didnt know that madeira have rum. The owner was a fantastic host explanined you...More
Saw this place had great reviews on Trip Advisor so paid it a visit. It’s set in the old town which is busy little area at night with people sat outside eating. The Rum bar was very quiet, it was 9am on a Saturday evening...More