BARBARY COAST RHUM AGRICOLE
taste profileDry, Grassy, Earth, Tropical Terroir
master distillerCarter Raff
notable cocktail useClassic Daiquiri, Mojito,
Base100% Sugar Cane Juice imported from Columbia
water sourceHetch Hetchy (Yosemite)
distillation220 gallon hybrid still
alcohol100 Proof / 50%
THE STORY Of the barbary coast
Born during the gold rush of 1849 in San Francisco, this 9 blocks of a 3 block stretch was filled with lawlessness, gambling, administrative graft, vigilante, and prostitution.
The Barbary Coast was a red-light district during the second half of the 19th and early 20th centuries in San Francisco which featured dance halls, concert saloons, bars, jazz clubs, variety shows, and brothels. Its nine block area was centered on a three block stretch of Pacific Street, now Pacific Avenue, between Montgomery and Stockton Streets.
Born during the California Gold Rush of 1849, when the population of San Francisco was growing at an exponential rate due to the rapid influx of tens of thousands of miners trying to find gold. The early decades of the Barbary Coast would be marred by persistent lawlessness, gambling, administrative graft, vigilante, and prostitution.