Contrebande rum is produced, aged, and bottled in Guadeloupe. It owes its name to the former bootleggers' trail found near its bottling site. Known today as "The Smuggler's Path," this trail extends from the east to the west of the Basse-Terre mountain massif. Contrebande is made from molasses and thus boldly stands out from other Guadeloupean rums.
Best known for its agricultural rums, Guadeloupe makes an exception with this rich and complex molasses rum.