News & Events


The Boston Globe |  December 8, 2014

“Rum is the Caribbean’s middle name, and the most interesting rum produced there is Seven Fathoms in George Town, so named because it is aged in oak barrels seven fathoms ( 42 feet) under the sea. It’s the only such distillery in the world. Its motto is: “At last, a rum with depth.” Jordan Telford, an island native who poured us sips, explained that the rocking of the ocean rotates the rum in the barrels, adding flavor when the rum is forced in and out of the oak pores.”

The Boston Globe