Bacardi

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Bacardi is a spirits company that was founded February 4, 1862 in Cuba. It is named after the founder Facundo Bacardí, a wine merchant. Facundo use to filter the rum through charcoal, which removed impurities. In addition to this, He aged the rum in oak barrels, which had the effect of "mellowing" the drink.

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