Bielle is located on the island of Marie Galante, also called the island of 100 mills. The story of Bielle goes back to 1769 when Jean-Pierre Bielle then cultivates the coffee, his sons will then associate in 1826 to create a refinery-candy of 53ha. The production of rum at the estate will begin in the early twentieth century and ownership passes hands in hand, in 1935 Felix Bicoto built what is now the main home. Following the Second World War, the property is abandoned and will be bought by Paul Rameaux in 1956 but remains in the state until his little nephew Dominique Thierry, then young engineer, is entrusted with the responsibility of the Distillery Bielle Holding Company (SEDB). In 40 years, the distillery has become one of the most famous in the West Indies. The sugar cane comes from the estate and small local producers, some of whom still use the cabrouet (ox cart) to transport canes. At the distillery, 2 mills will make it possible to obtain the cane juice that will be fermented for 48 hours before being distilled by the 3 Savalle stainless steel columns and then bottled to the historical degree 59 ° or aged in the cellars.
Bielle Small Batch Rum 2001 is a warm agricultural rum with intense aromas. Made exclusively from sugar cane from the Marie Galante region, this Bielle 2001 rum is a blend of eight 14 year old barrels.
Nose: warm and complex, with many spicy, floral and fruity nuances.
Palate: fresh, built on aromas of liquorice and ripe fruit.
Finish: long and jammy
Shipping: Singapore Only