Since 1765, SAINT JAMES Plantations elaborate highly awarded “Rhums Agricoles” in Martinique with passion and craftsmanship. SAINT JAMES is the No.1 “Rhum Agricole” in the world.

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SAINT JAMES Imperial White

"Rhum Agricole" White
20 cl | 70 cl | 75 cl | 100 cl

This Imperial White Rum produced in Sainte-Marie in Martinique is a clear reflection of fresh cane sugar, with a very well-balanced vegetal and fruity character and wonderful aromatic power.

The Bartenders Society Competition 2019

The 2019 THE BARTENDERS SOCIETY professional mixology competition organized by the LA MARTINIQUAISE-BARDINET Group around the Martinique SAINT JAMES Rhum Agricole was held in Paris at the Alain Ducasse culinary school in Paris for its international final in May. 27 candidates from 10 countries came to propose their cocktail creations featuring the SAINT JAMES Rhum Agricole and CARAIBOS Fruit Juices brands. This year, the competition proposed to combine the know-how and techniques of mixology and pastry. We are very proud to announce the victory of Summer CHEN, who came from Singapore to sublimate SAINT JAMES Rhum Agricole from Martinique!


Since 1765, SAINT JAMES has produced “Rhums Agricoles” from pure sugarcane juice. Harvested from January to July, the canes are quickly crushed to ensure their aromatic power and freshness. The sugarcane juice is then fermented before being distilled in Creole stills at the distillery in Sainte-Marie. The blending of the Rums is a painstaking process carried out by the cellar master. The Rums that will be aged are then placed in oak casks, with the tropical climate leading to maturation that is almost twice as fast as on the mainland and a rate of evaporation, known as the “angel’s share”, that is twice as significant.



SAINT JAMES Cocktail Video By Ian Burrell

SAINT JAMES Agricole Rhums partnered with International Rum Ambassador, Ian Burrell for some mixology-orientated quality time. From this association emanated an attractive and tasty cocktail creation involving the Cuvée 1765.