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Guavaberry or not? #313451
02/12/2024 11:24 AM
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Been 14 years since our last visit to the island. Kids, life,etc. was really hoping to restock on guavaberry rum. Seeing conflicting things on the internet. Is the Emporium open or not? If closed, any other locations to purchase that wonderful nectar?

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Re: Guavaberry or not? [Re: orient34c] #313453
02/12/2024 11:32 AM
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Emporium is closed with no plans of reopening.

Re: Guavaberry or not? [Re: orient34c] #313454
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Crap!

Re: Guavaberry or not? [Re: orient34c] #313455
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Pretty sure all the major stores sell guava berry rums, if they are the bottles that seem to be hand painted.

Re: Guavaberry or not? [Re: erb923] #313457
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Not the same.

Re: Guavaberry or not? [Re: erb923] #313458
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Those are mostly different varieties of flavored rum.


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Re: Guavaberry or not? [Re: orient34c] #313459
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The hand-painted rum bottles are from Ma Doudou in Cul-de-Sac.


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Re: Guavaberry or not? [Re: orient34c] #313460
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As others have said, that particular business is out of business, but other companies do sell liquors that are guavaberry flavored. Ma Dou Dou and Toppers have them, I believe.

Just curious, what do you do with it? It always tasted like cough syrup to me.


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Re: Guavaberry or not? [Re: Carol_Hill] #313466
02/12/2024 01:09 PM
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I still have an unopened bottle from way back that I'll probably never use as I have to agree with you, can't believe I'm saying that, that drinking it straight is like taking cough syrup. But it was quite good mixed in a colada on the island.

Re: Guavaberry or not? [Re: SXMScubaman] #313467
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Lol , never drank it .

Re: Guavaberry or not? [Re: Carol_Hill] #313469
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Colombier Tradition makes guavaberry rum from trees grown in the village. They have a small shop on the main road in Marigot (on the corner where you can turn up into concordia). I believe they are on Facebook.

I've been drinking guavaberry for years, as my parents have several trees in their yard. I actually did not like the stuff from the emporium that much, but I loved what my mom and other local folks made from the trees in our village smile. I drink it on the rocks!

Re: Guavaberry or not? [Re: orient34c] #313477
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We always made frozen coladas out of it. Agree that it was way too sweet to drink straight.

Re: Guavaberry or not? [Re: orient34c] #313503
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orient--ok. As I said, other companies make the same flavor rum, so you should be able to get it done.


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