The Havana Club Cocktail Grand Prix returned once more in 2018, one of the oldest and most revered international cocktail competitions in the world.
The bi-annual event, now in its 12th year, discovers unknown talent from around the world by hosting an international head-to-head final in Cuba. This year's global winner was Ninon Fauvarque from France, who received the magnificent golden Giraldilla trophy, a bottle of Havana Club Maximo Extra Añejo and a budget of 20,000 Euros from Havana Club to activate their very own rum project in collaboration with the brand.
Havana Club 3 Year Old
The best-known expression of the leading Cuban rum brand, this light rum is aged for three years in ex-bourbon casks giving it a light straw yellow hue.
Havana Club 7 Year Old
This Cuban rum, aged for a minimum of seven years in ex-bourbon casks, is produced by a joint-venture between Pernod and state-owned Cuba Ron.
Havana Club Anejo 15 Anos Rum
Unfortunately, just prior to Pernod Ricard's 1993 investment in the Havana Club brand, production of rum had practically ceased and a great deal of the
Havana Club Seleccion de Maestros Rum
Launched in 2011, the liquid inside Selección de Maestros is believed to be the same as the former Cuban Barrel Proof. Exceptional casks of aged rum are
Havana Club Maximo Extra Anejo Rum
Máximo is an ultra-premium rum created by Don José Navarro, Primer Maestro Ronero, by blending a selection of rums from the ageing cellars of Havana
Havana Club Ritual Cubano Rum
Havana Club Ritual Cubano is aimed at the Spanish market, where dark rum (as the brand says) tends to be served with Coke. Havana Club Ritual Cubano is
Havana Club Tributo 2016
Blended by Maestro del Ron Cubano Asbel Morales, this non-age-statement rum is the first (released in May 2016) of Havana Club’s Tributo Collection,
Havana Club Tributo 2017 (2nd Edition)
Launched in March 2017, Tributo 2017 is the second release in Havana Club's Tributo collection and comprises 2,500 bottles. The press release which accompanied