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Clarke's Court

Arguably the largest and best known rum distillery in Grenada, Clarke's Court has been in operation since 1937. However, the company existed before that name was established, and its rums were formerly known as Tradewinds and Red Neck.

Clarke's Court, it would seem, originated from two sources. Dutch Colonists came to Grenada in 1670s and attacked the town, seizing some lands and the Bay in Woodlands, and named it ‘Court Bay’. After the French later recaptured these lands, the era of 1763 to around 1801 saw Gedney Clarke Esq acquire parcels of land from the French, totaling 780 acres. The land would include what is known today as Woodlands Estate, where the distillery is located, and included Court Bay. From these instances, the name Clarke's Court originated, and it’s a name that continues to thrive.

Clarke's Court are revered on the island of Grenada for making rum that relies on the expertise of local, trained distillers, who distil and blend using their own traditional secret methods that require the rich, dark molasses used for centuries in this region. Combining ample historical precedent and local customs with a modern, innovative style, Clarke’s Court now boasts a range of fine award winning rums, and there’s plenty to choose from, right here...

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