RENEGADE CANE RUM
PRE-CASK
ELEMENT: Earth. Fire. Metal. Spirit. Water.
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The cane plant, rum’s primary raw ingredient, is the natural source of its flavour. Thus the land on which it grows & its microclimate determines its character. Therefore we choose to explore the terroirs of Grenada – one place, one farm, at a time: captured here as fresh, vibrant spirit before cask ageing.

The modern marvel that is the Renegade Rum distillery was designed precisely to extol this individuality, with extended temperature-controlled fermentation for purity, & considered distillation for gravitas. We look to compare & contrast natural flavours, terroir by terroir. It is presented pre-cask: as unaged, freshcane juice spirit.

Pure cane, real provenance, terroir-driven, considered distillation:
Rum au Naturel.

Single Farm Origin: DUNFERMLINE

HARVEST ’20  •  LACALOME RED  •  POT STILL

Ascending into the mountains of St. Andrew, on the island’s north-eastern coast, nestles Dunfermline – once a venerable distillery lost to Hurricane Ivan, where for centuries its clay loam has been conducive to cane cultivation. For this rum we harvested the sucrose-rich variety we call Lacalome Red from Anderson’s field, which stands on the terroir known as Mango Lane.

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Single Farm Origin: PEARLS

HARVEST ’20  •  YELLOW LADY  •  POT STILL

On the coastal plain, a stone’s throw south of the distillery, there is an intriguing terroir between mangrove & water meadow, with a distinctive bank of iron-rich volcanic laterite at its centre. Cane grows vigorously on this water-retentive soil derived from Woburn / Perseverance clays. For this rum we harvested the elegant variety we call Yellow Lady from the “Grapefruit” field, which stands on the terroir known as Flats.

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Single Farm Origin: OLD BACOLET

HARVEST ’20  •  CAIN  •  POT STILL

On the southern coast, protected from the full force of the Atlantic Trade Winds, Old Bacolet was one of the first areas to be cultivated by the french. A flat flood plain between two small rivers, these alluvial soils – Plains clay loam & Woburn clay – & a high water table produce lush cane. For this rum we harvested the quick-growing variety we call Cain from Josh’s Field, which stands on the terroir known as Riverside.

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Single Farm Origin: NEW BACOLET

HARVEST ’20  •  LACALOME RED  •  POT STILL

A south-facing, steep-sided, sun-baked bowl, the amphitheatre of New Bacolet is planted with drought-tolerant cane on the weathered upper slopes, whilst lush growth enjoys the deeper, rich colluvial soils below: a textbook exploration of terroir & more rugged than nearby Old Bacolet. For this rum we harvested the sucrose-rich variety we call Lacalome Red from the “Goat Hill” field, which stands on the terroir known as Upper Combe.

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Single Farm Origin: DUNFERMLINE

HARVEST ’20  •  LACALOME RED  •  COLUMN STILL

Ascending into the mountains of St. Andrew, on the island’s north-eastern coast, nestles Dunfermline – once a venerable distillery lost to Hurricane Ivan, where for centuries its clay loam has been conducive to cane cultivation. For this rum we harvested the sucrose-rich variety we call Lacalome Red from Skean’s Field, which stands on the terroir known as Mango Lane.

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Meadows, St. Andrew

Grenada, Windward Isles

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