Vol: 70 cl.
Antal flasker: 287
Denne rom agricole blev destilleret ved Poisson destilleriet på Marie-Galante, hvor det tilbragte næsten 7 års lagring på destilleriet, før det blev sendt til Amsterdam, hvor det fik en finish i 9 måneder i et ex-calvados fad.
Destilleriet bruger lokalt dyrkede sukkerrør, der høstes uden at brænde markerne. Røret knuses derefter for at ekstrahere saften og får lov til at fermentere i en periode på 72 timer med tilsætning af bagegær. Den resulterende wash destilleres derefter i to gamle kreoler kolonnestills til ca. 70%. Rom lagres derefter på stedet i ex-bourbon-fade.
Som med alle deres rom bruger de ingen smagsforbedrende tilsætningsstoffer.
The Story of Híali identifies the moon (Nónum) as a man with a dirty (stained) face, and his son Híali (one who has become most brilliant) as the founder of the Kalinago nation, as such all Kalinago are the children of the moon. [note that the name Kalinago shows a historical link to the Kalina (Caribs) of South America]
Particularly for pre-Columbian Kalinago, the moon held special significance. On the first night that the moon re-appeared (called tihuenébouli nónum), people would come out their houses to celebrate his return. Additionally, not only were the phases of the moon used to count the months, but also to plant and harvest crops, and the Kalinago were known to only go into battle on a full moon. There are some stories that recount the Kalinago coordinating with their kin across multiple Caribbean islands to attack an early French/English settlement on one of the islands on the next full moon.
The lunar eclipse (Laikua-noquian or “consumption of the moon”) was thought to be the result of an evil spirit (Maboya) eating the moon. In response a complex ritual was undertaken to revive the moon, scare off Maboya and restore balance.
Another central character of the story is Yeretti (the Hummingbird), describing the origin of its beautiful plumage and the crest upon its head. The hummingbird is considered as a creature of great significance to the Kalinago (with hummingbirds thought to be the spirits of ancestors), and can be found in many pre-Columbian stories (e.g. the story of Alida and Taroo – a story of Taino origin; it features Taroo, a Kalinago man being transformed into a hummingbird to be with the Taino woman he loves).
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Produktstørrelse 70 cl. Brand Tamosi Rhum