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Tobacco Whiskey and Rum

Jitterbugdude

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Read an article today in the local paper (Maryland). There is a distillery in Maryland called The Tobacco Barn Distillery. They are the only distillery in the U.S. that is allowed to age their rum on a U.S. Naval ship. They do this on the U.S.S. Constellation. I don't know about the quality of their product but thought I'd pick up a bottle or two for the novelty. I'll probably take a ride down there this summer. The place is located on an old tobacco plantation, hence the name.

http://tobaccobarndistillery.com/
 

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I watched the video, and read about the ships, there is a lot of history there. I think I have been on one of the ships captured, the Elysia when it was docked in the Houston ship channel. It was really cool being on one of those sailing ships.
 
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