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Highly Recommended!

We arrived and immediately took the 4x4 tour for 10€ pp with David Lagadec. The tour was in french... read more

Reviewed 31 May 2018
Tim T
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Antwerp Province, Belgium
Fun day excursion!

So rum (or rhum) is to Martinique'rs as wine is to Parisians. Everywhere you look you will find rum... read more

Reviewed 24 February 2018
ejchowder
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Providence, Rhode Island
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Reviewed 31 May 2018

We arrived and immediately took the 4x4 tour for 10€ pp with David Lagadec. The tour was in french only but incredibly informative and interesting. The tour took about an hour. David was very friendly stopping so my partner had time to translate. He also...More

Thank Tim T
Reviewed 24 February 2018

So rum (or rhum) is to Martinique'rs as wine is to Parisians. Everywhere you look you will find rum distilleries and it can be confusing to choose which one to visit when you don't know much about each of them. Well, JM Distillery is unique...More

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Reviewed 22 February 2018 via mobile

The tour of the distillery (some are guided, most are self-guided) is interesting and you get to see all aspects of the process. And do not forget the free rum tasting. And there is an opportunity to buy. And when in the far north, be...More

Thank Film G
Reviewed 4 February 2018

Nice friendly staff with good knowledge of rum. Take the walk and talk with the staff was really friendly and of course the country is beautiful.

Thank Lydia M
Reviewed 6 January 2018 via mobile

The location is beautiful but when we were there, there was no rum making going on and they were refurbishing some of the buildings.

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Reviewed 21 November 2017

Self guided tour through the Rhum making process of J M Distillerie. Many old copper stills that were used throughout its history. There is a room FULL of old vintage Rhums all the way back to before 1880. There is also a train ride through...More

Thank Phil G
Reviewed 9 November 2017

I Visited this distillery with my friend while visiting Martinique. It was easy to find and offered tastings of their various rums. I Would definitely recommend!

1  Thank spingoddess
Reviewed 8 November 2017 via mobile

The North of Martinique is quieter than the South and JM is a nice addition to any activity there. They offer a guided tour of the plantation with David, a knowledgeable and helpful guide a where you learn about local plants and agriculture (10 euros/person)....More

Thank Adrian T
Reviewed 28 September 2017

Situated in the far north of the island, you get transported in time on arrival. Free visit, very good story telling around the culture of the sugar cane and of the rum making process. Nice little museum and great shop offering free tasting. Easy car...More

1  Thank T d
Reviewed 1 June 2017

This distillery is right at the northern tip of the island and a nice drive. The JM tour is free and very well set up for visitors. You can see into the open fermentation tanks and smell the sugar can juice starting to turn to...More

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Hi there, really don t know how to get there from the port.The J.M distillery is right in the North of the Island,where there is nothing elsse but the distillery,and very winding and narrow roads to get there.By your... More
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