Going back to the roots …

The history relates that François Le Clerc (Pata de Palo), Francis Drake (The Pirate of the Queen) and other feared seadogs, attacked our island in search of their valuable treasures. Among them, the most precious and coveted: it’s RUM

Since 1936, the Quevedo family has kept alive the spirit of a century year old tradition, inherited by their Rum Masters. Four generations later, they still perpetuate the spirit that made their name and rums unquestionable symbols of quality.

La Palma is the perfect setting where nature, history, culture, tradition, craftsmanship and quality come together in perfect harmony. Here, our rums rise among the warmth of our people, the aroma of freshly cut sugarcane, the mildness of our climate, the lush greenery of our mountains, the purity of our waters and the inexhaustible breeze of the Atlantic Ocean.

Our values: craftsmanship, mastership, family and tradition.



Siguiendo las recomendaciones sanitarias del Ministerio de Sanidad del Gobierno de España, y como medida necesaria para la protección de la salud de nuestro equipo y del público en general, a partir del sábado 14/03 y hasta que cese el Estado de Alarma, el Museo de interpretación de la caña de azúcar y el ron permanecerá CERRADO

Following the health recommendations of the Ministry of Health of the Government of Spain, and as a necessary measure for the protection of the health of our team and the general public, from Saturday 03/14 and until the alarm state ceases, the Museum of Interpretation of Sugar Cane and Rum will remain CLOSED.

Befolgen Sie die Gesundheitsempfehlungen des Gesundheitsministeriums der spanischen Regierung und als notwendige Maßnahme zum Schutz der Gesundheit unseres Teams und der Öffentlichkeit vom Samstag, den 14.03. Und bis der Alarmzustand aufhört, das Museum für Interpretation von Zuckerrohr und Rum bleibt GESCHLOSSEN.