Craftly mixed with
Clairin is the sugarcane spirit of Haiti.
In Haitian creole, it means clear, since usually drunk unaged.
For historical reasons, the Haitian revolution of 1804, Haiti has a completely different situation than all other Caribbean islands:
Haiti has been practically untouched by any European colonization and industrialization over last centuries, so agricultural products
like sugarcane – and rum – are still natural and artisanal.
Clairin is the ancestor of all Caribbean rums:
centuries ago all countries were producing in this way, but now this heritage remained alive in Haiti only.
Clairin is the rum of 2 centuries ago.
The Clairin used for 001 #thewilddaiquiri is a blend of four different producers using different varieties in different terroirs:
it’s called Clairin Communal.