The ancestral sugar cane preserved by organic farming, islands with exceptional terroirs and artisanal know-how give these rums a purity and an extraordinary personality.
Mana'o is a pure cane rum first press, that is, it is obtained by grinding sugar cane in a single pass. The juice thus harvested is fermented on site before being distilled in Tahiti. Today, Mana'o offers a white rum at 50 °, a white rum from rangiroa atoll at 48.5 ° and a straw rum, but part of the production is already aging in French oak barrels to develop in the coming years old rums.
We would be delighted to welcome you to make you discover the distillery and its history and the work done to develop our whiskies!
Looking forward to seeing you again in Mana'o Tahiti
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The 1€ tours mean that they are made free of charge by the distillery. This amount is requested to ensure the seriousness of your request and avoid the distillery blocking a visit slot unnecessarily.
In case of unforeseen events, we kindly ask you to cancel your visit to the platform and / or notify the distillery directly.
Cancellation policy: : Strict
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The creation of Polynesia's first pure rum cane juice took several years of research. No pure rum cane juice of high quality was produced on the territory of French Polynesia. From this observation... See more
The creation of Polynesia's first pure rum cane juice took several years of research. No pure rum cane juice of high quality was produced on the territory of French Polynesia. From this observation of absence was born the project to relaunch a production of sugar cane and a rum of very high quality. It took nearly six years to research and inventory the different ancestral varieties of sugar cane and to relaunch their cultivation on still virgin lands. At the same time, the avatea company located in the municipality of Paea in Tahiti, offered this project the essential tool, a discontinuous still and an invaluable know-how, twenty years of experience in the distillation of spirits. Mana'o Tahiti is the fruit of these years of work. This name means in reo Tahiti "to think", "to remember" and it resonates as a tribute to these exceptional sugar cane. See less
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