This is the real Havana Club Rum. Learn our story. In 1934, the Arechabala family created Havana Club rum and a rich, storied, history would begin to unfold. After the Cuban regime stole the brand and took over the company in 1959, the Arechabalas exiled to the United States, leaving years of hard work and dedication behind. In 1994, after years of fighting to tell the true story of Havana Club, Ramon Arechabala entrusted the Bacardi family with his original recipe and the brand's story was brought back to life in the U.S. The bottle you see here embodies the true Cuban spirit created over 80 years ago. That spirit and family's story are now making their way to a new generation of rum drinkers searching for authenticity and passion from the brands they support.
Medium-bodied with sweet notes of pineapples and banana complemented by floral notes layered with hints of vanilla and oak. Havana Club stands apart through its clean, well-rounded body.
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