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Havana Club is a brand of rum created in Cuba in 1934. Originally produced in Cárdenas, Cuba by family-owned José Arechabala S.A., the brand was nationalized after the Cuban Revolution of 1959. In 1993, French owned Pernod Ricard and the government of Cuba created a state-run 50:50 joint venture called Corporación Cuba Ron. They began exporting this version of Havana Club globally, except for the United States due to the embargo put in place by the U.S. government. Bacardi, another Cuban family which had left Cuba after the Cuban revolution, after purchasing the original Arechabala family Havana Club recipe, also began producing Havana Club Rum in 1994, a competing product made in Puerto Rico and sold in the United States. Bacardi and Pernod Ricard have engaged in ongoing litigation about ownership of the name “Havana Club”.

A tourist shared this review on facebook, "It's tasty but not quite great. One of the first rums I added to my collection. The taste is just okay, nothing special about it."


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Administratrice (Former Employee) says

"Création de cocktails dans un bar aux iles caymans, même travail tus les jours, bons pourboires"

Shemeka Boylorn says

"Very Happy would order again and tell all my friends"

Denise O says

"Sending it back. Looks grainy and not what I expected"

Linda Pedersen says

"I ordered a canvas 18 x 26 Chanel perfume bottle beige/grey flower on top. Canvas arrived with white flower on white background. I called multiple times but there is NEVER an answer just a recording. I emailed 10 days ago...still no answer. I have turned the matter over to my credit card."

Andrew Karp says

"Still waiting"

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