Product of Hawaii
According to legend, our original Hawaiian rum was placed into oak casks for aging in Maui, a few thousand feet above sea level in Makawao, on the slopes of Haleakala. Sammy’s nickname for this specific batch was “Rested in Paradise” (RIP). Years later, our production was relocated to Puerto Rico and those Hawaiian rum-filled casks were lost - a decade later they were rediscovered.
How Lost Cask Was Made
The original recipe for Sammy’s Beach Bar Rum was made from pure cane juice, harvested on the island of Maui, and converted into golden sugar at the old C&H sugar factory on the island before it was driven up the mountain to Haliimaile Distillery and distilled into rum. 10 years resting in oak casks have aged this rum to what Sammy considers perfection. We celebrate the discovery of this golden aged treasure, known as Sammy’s Lost Cask, with a limited edition bottling of 500, some randomly signed by Sammy.