Wednesday, April 07, 2010

They'll drink to that: Haitian rum maker endures

It has survived 19 coups, military rule, hurricanes, and even a three-year embargo. But in the Jan. 12 earthquake, Haiti's best-known export and one of its oldest businesses, Rhum Barbancourt, suffered a $4 million setback. Amber bottles and white oak vats -- some containing rum as old as 15 years -- crashed to the distillery floor.

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