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Old 02-29-2008, 07:33 PM   #10
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Originally Posted by KINGSTON View Post
Ed could probably answer your question better than I could.

but...... From my understanding The Central American Rum companies store their Rum at higher elevations that are cooler and in turn cause less evap in the barrels. I dought that any has underground storage in the caribbean (hard to dig into the ground & flooding from storms and hurricanes).
That makes sense. When I was at the St Lucia Distillers in 2006 I remember being told that the whole island is basically the summit of an old undersea volcano. Pretty hard and expensive to mine into that.
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