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Learn about the past, present and future of the world’s most awarded rum and Spirit. Relive the history and see how Bacardí evolved from being a small rum manufacturer to becoming the Untamable Spirit that it is today. Conoce el pasado, el presente...more
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I took the mixology class where we made three rum cocktails. The entire experience included some education about the factory as well as useful tips for the home bartender. This is a lot of fun, and it’s perfect for solo travelers or groups.
We did the Tasting Tour. After touring Casa Bacardi and learning how rum is made, we tasted 6 different rums and learned what to taste for. It was awesome! Afterwards, we did the special reserve "Bottle Your Own Bottle" experience...that was incredible! We highly recommend...More
Casa Bacardí offers a really great, cozy and stylish welcome and experience, but the tour through the factory is really poor. The guide told us about the history of the company and the rum but we never went to the factory to see the rum...More
We took the ferry across the bay from Pier Two in Old San Juan to Catano. The cost of the ferry is $1.00 round trip and free for those over 75 years of age. From there we took a shared ride taxi to Bacardi. It...More
I recommend touring the Bacardí Factory. I even suggest taking the ferry from old town to the tour. You’ll actually get two activities in one. When you are in Puerto Rico, this tour is worth $15.00 per person
I've taken this tour in years past when the tour and drinks use to be – free (That's right - Gratis!). Now, I understand that PR businesses have to make up for the lose of business due to the hurricane however, a company like Barcardi,...More
We weren't going to take their tour because we had done it before but we wanted to shop. Information from a year ago about ferry is still valid. Half a dollar each way for adults and a quarter for those over 65. Van's were right...More
Response from Heather K | Reviewed this property |
We took an uber from our hotel to the distillery, we didn't get a chance to take the ferry to Old San Juan on this trip. Uber was inexpensive and the drivers gave us lots of tips and info about the island.