• Category Other Spirits
  • Country Puerto Rico
  • Distillery Bacardi
  • Alcohol 32%
California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 WARNING.
  • pineapple
  • coconut
  • fruit
  • beer
  • lemon
  • cola
  • coffee
  • maraschino cherry
  • tropical

Bacardi

Pineapple Fusion (0.7l, 32%)
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  • Category Other Spirits
  • Country Puerto Rico
  • Distillery Bacardi
  • Alcohol 32%
California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 WARNING.
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  • pineapple
  • coconut
  • fruit
  • beer
  • lemon
  • cola
  • coffee
  • maraschino cherry
  • tropical
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Character Dogson
Facundo and his brother José established the original Santiago de Cuba distillery in 1862. Fruit bats occupied the rafters of the building. This served as the inspiration for the Bacardi bat logo. For those who were illiterate, a widespread phenomena in the 19th century, the bat logo became an easily recognizable symbol.  
Don Facundo Bacardí Massó actually purchased the very first Rum distillery for 3500 pesos.
 
 
Dog Dogson's Smartass corner
Character Dogson
Facundo and his brother José established the original Santiago de Cuba distillery in 1862. Fruit bats occupied the rafters of the building. This served as the inspiration for the Bacardi bat logo. For those who were illiterate, a widespread phenomena in the 19th century, the bat logo became an easily recognizable symbol.  
Don Facundo Bacardí Massó actually purchased the very first Rum distillery for 3500 pesos.
 
 
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