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There are so many ways one can chose to travel. We prefer to surf. We don’t surf with a board, actually, we are not even qualified to jump on top of one. No, we surf couches. Couchsurfing, or CS, is a global network of travellers and hosts who share their need for adventure and meeting new […]

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Rum Belize is part of Central America but its coast is on the Caribbean sea, so Rum is entrenched in its alcohol habits since ever. It’s not that it jumps to your eyes everywhere like in Jamaica, but you will easily find it and with very affordable prices. Belize Rum Industry nowadays is dominated by […]

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On the Western Highway, between Belize City and Belmopan and a few miles after Belize Zoo, there’s a little haven “where friends meet”. Amigo’s Restaurant and Bar is a relaxed place, with a simple but tasty menu offering local dishes, like tamales and burritos, or more westernised burgers and sandwiches, also being a hangout point […]

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Introduction Cayman Islands doesn’t have a big tradition on beverage production, either because it was one of the last islands to be inhabited (mid 17th century) in the Caribe or because it did not have the main resources to do so. It is a flat country half covered by mangrove swamps that compared to other […]

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If we had to make a world map with the spirits predominance it would be clear in some regions/countries but blurred in others. It is close connected with the spirit of our spirits travel, to map this tendencies and influences so we can so far do a little sketch. It is based on our personal […]

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I could not find the year that Wray and Nephew company started to produce the White Overproof version, but during our trip to Jamaica it was very clear the omnipresence of the spirit. It may have been since they first started in 1825, which I doubt, but the impact in the Jamaica society and most […]

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Cuban history goes hand to hand with rum history as it has influenced the cultural, finance and way of life of Cuban people since it was created. Cuba reclaims the creation and origin of the modern rum, even though there are facts that contradict it, either in Barbados or Brazil where accounts of early production […]

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Our Spirits odyssey on this part of the world had to start with Rum, and what a better place to do that than on its supposed origin, Appleton Estate Jamaica. Well this is what the Jamaicans say, but if you go to Barbados Mount Gay was the first and if you ask other experts, Marco […]

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