Callwood Distillery, Tortola
Categories: Breweries, Historic Sites, Food & Drink, Tourist Spots
See how rum is produced in a traditional, sustainable, and natural way at Callwood Distillery, housed within a 400-year-old stone building peeking through sugarcane bushes. Enter the dusty, dim distillery to see old bottles hanging from the walls and examine oak barrels responsible for the rum's distinct flavor and color. Taste or buy some sugarcane rum, or ask the owner to show you how this liquor is boiled and fermented in outdoor stills. Work out when and for how long to visit Callwood Distillery and other British Virgin Islands attractions using our handy British Virgin Islands family vacation planner.
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Durante nuestro tour por la ciudad hicimos una pequeña parada en esta destilería la cual es mas bien como una tienda - museo, donde pudimos probar uno de los mejores mojitos de mi vida. Puedes visitar... read more »During our city tour we did a little stop at this distillery which is rather like a shop - Museum, where we got to try one of the best mojitos of my life. You can visit free of charge the place.show original
If you love rum, history, or you just want to look in to island life this is the spot. My wife and I took a open air Taxi truck from the cruise port to Cane Garden Bay for some beach time. I had been ... read more »
If you are a rum lover, you may go there to get a shot or two. If rum is not your thing, you may skip the trip. The place is old, but not well kept. The smell is overpowering. I don't mind the smell f... read more »
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