Admission to this working distillery is free and it's often surprisingly quiet. It's a self-guided tour which gives the best of both worlds since you can take your own time looking round, and still ask staff about anything you want to know. There's a museum on site as well, and some restored historic buildings. The highlight of the tour, however, is to watch the rum being made and put into barrels.
The tour concludes with a tasting, and few people would want it any other way. There's no pressure to buy a bottle, but chances are that you will.
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