Since 1670 in Guyana Ron El Dorado has been strictly produced from molasses from local sugar factories.
Through a fairly complex production method.
A style of stills in which they store their rum, they are called Coffey, which are best known in the world of Irish whiskey and some gins.
In El Dorado they have three stills, one wooden coffey with 250 years of continuous and unique use in the world, a second wooden still also (and copper top) and finally a Savalle still, which is a style of continuous distillation still .
Aged in ex-bourbon barrels.
The age statement on the label refers to the youngest rum in the mix.
Because of its unique flavor, El Dorado Rum is considered one of the best rums in the world.
43 ° / 70cl