Cruzan Rum Factory

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Since the 1650's the Virgin Islands has produced some of the best rums in the world. Cruzan Rum has been made on location for some 300 years. Tour the rum factory, and discover how our popular local rum, Cruzan, is made. Learn the difference between white rum and gold rum, how varying proofs are achieved, and sample the Cruzan Rum for yourself. Guided tours are available. These tours of the distillery will explain the role of rum in St. Croix’s history, how rum is produced as well as helping you to understand an industry that started centuries ago. Tours 9am-4pm M-F, 10am-2pm on Saturday.

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The staff was very friendly. The tour guide was pretty good but was hard to hear at times and could have given more information. Tour covered mixing, fermenting, distilling, aging... and tasting too! Free drink after the tour was tasty. Check it out.

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