The story of Demerara Distillers began in 1670 when each sugar plantation had its own rum and a group of sugar cane growers formed an export cooperative. After years of consolidation and mergers, today only one distillery remains in Diamond on the eastern bank of the Demerara. The distillery produces a very concentrated High Ester rum in a small pot still specially designed for this purpose. This rum from Guyana has been refined for several months in the cellars of Château du Breuil. Its journey in Oloroso Sherry casks harmonizes the notes and becomes more silky, with a nice roundness and natural sweetness.