Martinique photoblog: Saint James, La Mauny and Trois Rivières

Trois Rivères: the picturesque old moulin, originally used for crushing the sugar cane.
The former Trois Rivières distillery – it stopped producing in 2003 when production was relocated to La Mauny’s premises
Trois Rivières: the old Creole column still
La Mauny’s visitor centre
Saint James: much larger, industrial scale production
Saint James: a constant stream of sugar cane deliveries
Saint James: the old habitation
Saint James: also home of la musée du rhum and a host of old stills
Saint James: some vintage vintages

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