Founded in 1923 in Trinidad, the famed Caroni Distillery was shuttered in 2003. Thankfully, the Caroni name and rum live on thanks to a group that purchased the distillery's remaining stock. Distilled in 2000 using a double column still and a copper pot still and aged in oak, this iconic rum was aged on the premises without climate control for 17 long years. This process led to tons of evaporation, but what remains is a concentrated, powerful rum that tastes unlike any you've likely sipped. Bottled at 110 proof, only 2700 bottles of this rum were released worldwide.