I didn’t read the label closely enough and believed I was leaving the store with a rum from Haiti. 😒
By - MunichRob
That is just atrocious labeling, even if it is for supposedly a good cause.
For what it’s worth, the label is changing in the near future to prevent any confusion. It’s a fair complaint for sure.
To be clear, I love rums from Barbados! But, I do take this as a reminder to make sure that I read the labels closely to get past the marketing!
Saint Benevolence does work in Haiti, they have a [Clairin](https://saintbenevolence.com/rum/) in their lineup, that is just unfortunately not it.
Edit: That is an incredibly unclear label and that's crappy.
As long as it’s tasty
What part of the labeling does it actually confuses/offends you?
It says right at the front label...in **CAPITAL LETTERS** "All profits fund charitable efforts in Haiti".....and in the back (again in **CAPITAL LETTERS**) who Imported and Blended the Rum.
So....unless that because it is a **Florida** importer/blender based company that is the "offensive" bit to you....I can't see what the issue is.
People usually assume the largest written place name is the origin. That’s a sound assumption for drinking alcohol.
Andy yet people never complain about the Zapaca 23. This is no where near as bad as that one.