El Dorado Single Barrel EHP Rum


El Dorado Single Barrel EHP Rum is a rare single-distillate heritage rum linked to the old Enmore Estate, was the marquee used by the distillery attached to this sugar estate. The original Wooden Continuous Coffey Still, used, is the last surviving one operating in the world. Aged in small batches and matured in oak barrels in perfect warehouse conditions of 30-34C. Butterscotch nose blended with roasted coconut and apple. This initial taste of baked peach and coconut leads to a smoky cedar finish.

Classification: Traditional Rum (Traditional Column Still Distillation)
Country: Guyana
Aged: N/A
Distillery: Demerara Distillers
ABV: 40% / 750ml

$185.00 inc. GST

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El Dorado Single Barrel EHP Rum starts with the story of Demerara Distillers, which began in 1670 when every sugar estate had its own rum still, and a group of sugar cane producers formed an exporting co-operative. This early production of rum for sailors was the beginning of the company today.
From over 300 sugar estates to one company! In the 17th and 18th centuries, there were in excess of 200 small distilleries operating in Guyana, each attached to the existing sugar plantations, each with its own special blend of rum. However, following the years of consolidation and amalgamation, there remains today just the one unrivaled distillery at Plantation Diamond on the East Bank of Demerara – wholly owned and operated by Demerara Distillers Limited.


Weight 1.8 kg