Private Distillery Tour & Rum Tasting
Provided byRoulaison Distilling Co
1 - 6 participants
Add to wishlist
- 2727 South Broad Street, Central City, LA, 70125, United States
- Tour one of the smallest (but most eclectic!) distilleries in Louisiana, while getting an up-close look at all of the equipment utilized in the process.
- Learn about the origins of sugar cane production across the world and uncover how it's evolution influenced our modern-day styles of rum
- Explore the art and chemistry behind the fermentation, distillation, and aging processes, and the specific techniques employed in our process to make such a distinctive rum
- Sample a variety of award-winning rums and discover your favorites! All are carefully hand-crafted on site and harness the vibrant sugar cane industry of Louisiana.
- Meet and speak with the actual rum makers as we give you a behind-the-scenes look at this time-honored process
Alcoholic Beverages - Five Rum Samples
From$15.00 / person
Select "Book now, Pay later" later during checkout to secure your date and pay shortly before your event
2727 South Broad Street, Central City, LA, 70125, United States
If you cancel up to 24 hours before the start of your event you will receive 100% refund
How long before the event do I need to book?
You can book at any time before the event
Prices from $15.00 / person
Join us as we explore how rum's deep-rooted history in New Orleans and the Caribbean has shaped the techniques used at our award-winning distillery, and learn how our approach compares to most modern-day rum production. This is an approximately forty-five minute long, guided distillery tour that offers five different samplings of rum, including distillery-exclusive special release bottlings.
• Roulaison Distilling Co, 2727 S Broad St Ste 103 Rear Entrance, New Orleans, LA 70125-1939
• 5-Rum Tasting Flight
Location on map
Roulaison Distilling Co, 2727 S Broad St Suite #103, New Orleans, LA 70125, USA
This product benefits from:
Service animals allowed
Near public transportation
Surfaces are wheelchair accessible
Tour and Tastings are 21+
Most travelers can participate
This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate
Confirmation will be received at time of booking
You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.
You may also like:
Small-Group Whitney Plantation, Museum o...
Whitney Plantation and St. Joseph Plantation History T …
Private Whitney Plantation, Museum of Sl...
Museum of Slavery and St. Joseph Plantation Private To …
Explore similar products across these occasions
Explore similar products across these categories
From$15.00 / person
Get the latest from Evendo
Don't miss out on news and great deals
This is a small rum distillery located close to where we were staying in NOLA and thought “why not?” Andrew taught us so much about the process of making rum beginning with the sugar cane/molasses process to fermenting, distilling, barrels used to store their product and of course the end product. Definitely a labor of love for these guys. We got to taste the 6 rums they make plus a new one that’s in the works. They were all good. Excited to take some home for the holidays. It was obvious that Andrew has a passion for what he does. We learned a lot and hope this company’s rum makes it into Texas in the near future.
Great Education about rum, now we have to learn how to make some great cocktails! Loved how passionate our guide was.
We had a great time and learned a lot. The rum was delicious and the tour guide/owner was very informative and enthusiastic.
Great local rum distillery. The owner provided a tour and vast knowledge on rum making. It was just us and the owner so very personal and we tasted 5 different rums. All very good. Wish we could have shipped some home.
Had a great time. The owner was knowledgeable not just about rum but about the history of different alcohol. It was informative and fun.
This is a fabulous tour! If you’re into the process of alcohol making, the history of it, and especially the tasting of it, this is perfect for you. It is a little hard to find the building so here’s a tip… go down the next street that’s behind the gas station off of Washington towards what looks like a gated parking lot. PARK THERE! The building has a glass door and is right next to the courtyard.