Matusalem Rum was first introduced in 1792 in Santiago de Cuba, it was known as the "Cognac of Rums."

But after Castro gained control of the country the family producing it went into exile, and after many years of inner turmoil the brand is today bottled in the Dominican Republic.

The name Matusalem comes from a Spanish proverb “Esto es mas viejo que Matusalem” - or "It’s older than Methuselah" (an almost ageless 969-year-old from the Old Testament).

Their lineup includes their signature Solera aged Gran Reserva, largely considered the “Cognac of Rums.”

Clasico is an exotic and classic Cuban golden Rum, crafted from select Rums aged in New World oak and Solera aged for 10 years.

Matusalem Platino is a unique blend of triple-distilled, handcrafted Spirits, that strike a delicate balance with subtle flavor.
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