A line from the crusher to the fermentation tanks
Note still head on the larger of J.M.’s two stills has been removed for cleaning & repair.
A look into the mouth of the beast
This was shot from the the lower part of the distillery road.
A popular cane varietal
It is deep reddish-purple underneath, but the frosty appearing surface of the cane makes it seem to be a blue color.
You can see the bulbous Barbadian red cane in a mahogany color behind the plaque.
Cane fragments are then put back into the crusher to extract any remaining cane juice
Rhum J.M. have two different sizes of fermentation tanks; the larger ones are visible in the background of the photo.
Cacao and Piment (a mix of spicy and aromatic peppers, the perfect snapshot of creole cuisine)
made from the Martiniquais native flower