St Nicholas Abbey
St. Nicholas Abbey distillery is nestled in the highlands of St Peter in Barbados in St Nicholas Abbey. A plantation house, museum and rum distillery built by Colonel Benjamin Berringer in 1658 and has remained unchanged for the last 350 years. It is only one of three Jacobean mansions remaining in the Western Hemisphere. This old plantation house sits in over 400 acres of sugar cane fields and has been fully restored to its former glory by local architect and current owner, Larry Warren. St. Nicholas Abbey rums are bottled in an elegant glass decanter and sealed with a mahogany cork with hand embossed leather on top, which is a symbol of the island's first mahogany trees planted on Cherry Tree hill over 250 years ago.