Born in the Caribbean Island of Trinidad and Tobago Marc Farrell left to study chemical engineering at MIT…at the ripe old age of sixteen.
He then went on to get a Masters in Philosophy from Cambridge and an MBA from Harvard. By thirty-three he had become the youngest VP in Starbucks history.
His Caribbean Rum brand "Ten to One," is a contemporary, elevated Rum experience featuring two exceptional expressions: Ten To One White Rum and Ten To One Dark Rum.
The name Ten To One is inspired by the original Caribbean Federation, which consisted of 10 countries. The prime minister of the time said, "One from 10 equals 0," meaning if you remove one from the collective, the entire thing falls apart.
Ten to One is an expression, love of life, and sense of individuality that lives deep within the Caribbean DNA.
Ten To One Caribbean Dark Rum is a blend of premium Rums from across the Caribbean — eight year-old column still Rums from Barbados and the Dominican Republic, pot still Rum from Jamaica, and Trinidad Rum in the style of Angostura.
The blend has been married and further aged in ex-Bourbon casks and it is bottled at 40% ABV.
Ten To One White Rum was designed for cocktails from the get-go. A blend of premium column still Rum from the Dominican Republic and pot still Rum from Jamaica, this blend has been married and bottled at 45% ABV.
Ten To One Rums are bottled without artificial flavors or added sugars.