Saint-Barthélemy, jewel of the Caribbean,
nestled in the north of the Lesser Antilles,
17 ° 55'N / 62 ° 50'W, was discovered by C. Columbus in 1493.
Sugar cane was introduced to the island at the end of the 17th century.
The only attempt at sugar cane cultivation failed in 1785,
lack of soil fertility.
Thanks to this daring and tenacious People of France who live there,
Saint-Barth, arid land, shaken up by history,
has become softness and voluptuousness.
From this philosophy was born Rhum Saint-Barth.
Island Compagnie raises and publishes its fine and harmonious rums,
with delicate notes, in homage to this corner of paradise.