Built in 1658, this Jacobean Great House is only one of three existing in the Western Hemisphere. The property has been tastefully restored as a sustainable heritage attraction and working plantation, producing its own unique single cask rums, which have received international acclaim.
The tour includes the Great House, gardens, small museum, factory, distillery, not to be missed short movie circa 1930 and tasting of their rums.
They are proud to produce a premium, genuine single cask rum now considered an important brand worldwide. Growing their own canes, the rum is a true ﬁeld to cask product with no blending, carefully handcrafted from milling to the barreling and bottled by hand.
With growing preferences for artisanal production and consumer knowledge of authenticity, production methods and place or origin, these rums are increasingly sought after.
They also have a new selection of liqueurs, with invoking names such as Wildcat Coffee, Sorrel Flirt, Monkey Business and Bajan Lemoncello! The Abbey continues to expand their cottage industry to include Rum Barrel Coffee, rum cake, jams, jellies and a whole lot more...
For anyone with a “passion for rum”, owner and master distiller, Larry Warren, oﬀers a personalised Rum Experience Tour on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Call ahead and book your slot and learn about the history of sugarcane and rum, go behind the scenes of the distillery “Ännabelle”, and taste the full range of Abbey rums including the 20 Year!
Explore the newest attract at St. Nicholas Abbey - The Heritage Railway