“Ma Doudou”: our crafts in the Caribbean Journal


The Caribbean Journal, in its online edition, highlights “Ma Doudou” products, well known locally. This family business, founded in 1993, specializes in the manufacture and marketing, in particular, of arranged rums. According to the publication, the pretty Creole hut located in Cul-de-Sac is home to “the best house rum on the island”, we can read. As you know, each bottle is hand painted, which makes it an original gift, appreciated by tourists. The fruits are fresh and the sugar syrup is made on site. The editorial specifies that partly French, a glass of rum arranged is often offered after the meal. The selection of spices and sauces is also cited. Note that in 2009, “Ma Doudou” rum received a gold medal in the United States during a tasting competition in Miami.


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