Ron Varadero

Distilled, aged and bottled in Santiago de Cuba, the birthplace of rum.

Santiago de Cuba is considered the birthplace of rum

Santiago de Cuba is the birthplace of rum. It is there that in 1862, with the support of the Spanish crown, “light traditional rum” came into being. “Traditional” because it comes from molasses, extracted from fine Cuban sugar cane; “light” because it is clean and naturally distilled to a reach a perfect level of alcohol by volume (ABV). This is the drink that, in just over a century, conquered the world and made Santiago de Cuba and its distillery, considered the birthplace of rum, famous the world over. Ron Varadero became the brand name of the ancient distilleries of Santiago, the red sun its distinguishing logo.