Sir David Seale, Chairman of Foursquare Distillery in Barbados said at the announcement of the contract, "It is Barbados gain over Trinidad and Tobago". Barbados Industry Minister, Donville Inniss said, "Barbados is not a low-cost location for manufacturing and as a result the have to tap into the niche areas, rum is a product that is synonymous with Barbados and they will have to exploit fully the rum industry.
|Richard L. Seale|
10 Cane Rum was first introduced in Trinidad and Tobago in 2005. The name comes from the fact that it is made from first pressing sugar cane in stead of molasses. It is said that it takes 10 stalks of sugar cane to make each bottle of 10 Cane Rum and thus the idea behind the name. This is a true premium white rum and now being produced at one of the truly innovative and quality distilleries of the world. This should be great association. ;o)