If you're a rum drinker, and you find yourself in St Lucia, the Roseau Valley Distillery (also known as "St Lucia Distillers") is a must-visit location. Particularly in the United States, the high-quality St Lucia rums from this distillery - Chairman's Reserve, Admiral Rodney and...更多
We watched a short video, had a quick look around the distillery and then go to taste the products. There was also a shop where you could buy rum. It would have been nice if they had sold other products with their logo.
Myself and my girlfriend enjoyed the distillery. Ive worked at bars for the past 12 years so was very interesting to see the process and the distillery. Nothing too exciting but the rum tasting afterwards was nice. Unfortunately I found St.Lucian rum (even the 1931...更多
Situated south of Castries, near Marigot bay. The tour, including tasting at the end takes about 30 mins. The is a short film, the history of rum making in St Lucia, and a visit around the distillery. Worth a visit - cost US$10/person - worth...更多
Came back from the Pitons and we stopped at the distillery.Visiting the distillery it's worth if it's in your way or you stay somewhere near buy.To drive a few hours just to visit ....not so much. We were the only ones there and after we...更多
My girlfriend and I decided to go to the distillery to do some " tasting ". For $4.00 US, we were presented with a variety of different rum and liqueur and we were allowed to drink to our hearts content. The samples were definitely tasty....更多
Perhaps we shouldn't have been surprised at the unwelcoming reception at the Distillery; their website isn't too easy to navigate and certainly doesn't give off the usual St Lucian welcoming vibe.
We'd hired a car (so weren't planning to taste *too* many rums!) but when...更多
Arrived in St Lucia last Friday evening with the intention of visiting the distillery on the way back to the airport last Tuesday. Made arrangements with our driver to pick us up early, take us to the distillery and drop us off at the airport...更多