The first thing you learn when taking ifdane.com a tasting, is that Ko means “sugar” and Hana means “work.” And all their sugar cane is processed by them on-site.
Ko Hana Distillers is a “grass to glass” rum distillery, with a few extra fun items to taste. All ingredients used to produce their rums are grown on their property, with the exception of the honey and cacao, used for one of their specialty rums.
There are three different tastings available; two are of their rums, the third is of their bottled daiquiris. Tours are also available. What makes this distillery so unique is the growing and processing of their sugar cane on site. Fresh cut sugar cane is part of the tasting! Honey pairing with their cacao honey rum was also provided.
Staff was SUPER friendly and extremely knowledgeable about the products and processing. The gift shop area has great gift ideas and they also offer a rum cake soaked in their rum.
This was one of the best stops we made on our trip and we definitely want to go back.
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