Rum Pur La Martiniquaise 1940s

Martiniquaise, Rhum Pur 1940s. Brand created in 1936 by Jean Cayard

Provenance: Drouot-R, 1/25/1998

Rum Pur La Martiniquaise 1940s (4154)
A rare, circa late 1940s, bottling of a rhum produced by LM, Charenton le Pont. It appears that this rhum is made from spirit imported from the French colonial islands that was aged and bottled in France. The brand no longer exists.
$ 869.00

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Size 70 cl
Alcohol 40.0 %
Bottled 1949
Button No button
Fill level High shoulder
Packaging No casing


For a spirit made from sugar, rhum has been a favorite concoction of the “old salts” of the world’s navies and merchant fleets for hundreds of years. By happy coincidence for British sailors, England captured Jamaica in 1655, just about the time rhum was first being distilled in the Caribbean. Captains began allotting their shipmates rations of rhum and lime juice. The juice warded off scurvy and the alcohol killed the bacteria that often made the ships’ water supply questionable.


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