Diageo's Captain Morgan Rum Distillery, Frederiksted

Categories: Distilleries, Food & Drink
Inspirock Rating:
2.5/5 based on 60+ reviews on the web
Diageo's Captain Morgan Rum Distillery is located in Frederiksted. Before you head to St. Croix, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly St. Croix travel itinerary planner, to make sure you see all that St. Croix has to offer, including Diageo's Captain Morgan Rum Distillery.
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  • They have a massive facility and the staff was nice and friendly. The info about the island and the history was a cool touch. That being said you really don't get a great feel of anything that's going...  read more »
  • I came to the tour to taste the Rum, that's exactly what I got, straight to the point, do the tour and taste some samples and have a couple of drinks for 10 bucks, tour guide the best ever will do it ...  read more »
  • We went to the Captain Morgan rum factory as a second choice, because the Cruzan rum factory was closed for maintenance. The movie they show, and the info on the walls outside the gift shop, was very ...  read more »
  • Great look at how this famous rum is made. Gift shop has many great items to choose from. The tour itself consists of a quick history overview, then a tour around the facility via a shuttle (no pictures allowed and cell phones must be off during this time), followed by getting to sample and have two cocktails they offer and finally a 10-12 minute video about the Captain Morgan brand. Compared to the Cruzan rum tour, this one has better drinks to try, but the Cruzan tour is more personal and lets you take as many photos as you want. Still, I highly recommend this tour while you're visiting.
  • This is a great way to spend an hour on St. Croix. Entrance is $10 and you may taste the rums in addition to receiving 2 master cocktails. Be sure Captain Morgan is on your list.
  • Decent distillation columns, less than stellar fermentation and evaporation design. Membrane bioreactor a plus. Cooling towers are a bit dirty. Would not commission again.
  • First, this isn't the address of the tour facility itself (about a block west). $10/pp. There's a self-guided portion that's interesting. The amphitheater-style video screening / compilation of CM ads is alright. After viewing, you go outside to a tour cart and see a bit more of the facility. Our female tour guide wasn't able to answer some basic questions about the distilling process. Two drinks at the end are easily worth the price of admission (don't forget to tip your bartender). Try their coquito.
  • Such a good place
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