Bacardi Rum, Cuban History

Friday, September 12, 2008

The Bacardi Rum Company was once a model of industry in pre-Revolutionary Cuba. Find out what happened to Bacardi after Castro came to power, and the role rum has played in Cuban politics over the years. Tom Gjelten is the author of Bacardi and the Long Fight for Cuba.


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Comments [1]

Franklin Lloyd

I have an unopened bottle of Cuban Ron (Rum) dated (maybe) 1876... A Texas Tax Stamp #00115454
Does this bottle have value to a collector???
If yes, how do I sell it?????????

May. 28 2009 08:09 AM

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