This inaugural four-day program provides an itinerary to entice and inspire both spirit enthusiasts and novices alike, captivating participants with the all-encompassing process of rum-making – from harvesting sugar cane to batching and bottling, and everything in-between.
Hosted at the newly-launch Copalli Rum Distillery adjacent to Copal Tree Lodge, cocktail fanatics are guided through the spirit’s creation from start to finish among the lush farmlands in southern Belize. Crafted with passion and sustainability at its core, Copalli Rum is made with just three ingredients – non-GMO heirloom sugar cane, pure rainforest canopy water, and organic yeast – sourced from 22,000 acres of pristine rainforest.
From farm to flask, guests will immerse themselves in each step of the process while also enjoying additional activities within and beyond the resort.
If this spirits-based stay in paradise interests you, please call 1-877-417-9578 or email email@example.com to secure your spot on this breathtaking trip.
Dates for 5 Day Rum Camp:
- April 24, 2019 – April 28, 2019
- May 15, 2019 – May 19, 2019
- Option to extend your trip to a week long trip! Add on a few days at Copal Tree Lodge or Thatch Caye Resort.
- Accommodations in Jungle Suite
- Welcome Drink
- Farm-To-Table All Inclusive Package
- 4 Full Days of Rum Camp
- Transportation from Punta Gorda airstrip to Lodge
- Rum Tasting
- Rum Pairing Dinners
- Distillery Tour
- Rum-Filled Chocolate Making
- Rum Making Tour
- Mixology Class
- $1,799 Per Person Double Occupancy
- $2,299 Per Person Single Occupancy
Rum Camp Itinerary:
DAY 1: The camp begins with a tasting from the rum experts at Copal Tree Lodge, who will teach participants how to imbibe correctly, the science behind the practice, and what makes Copalli Rum different, followed by a dinner and rum pairing to welcome guests to their first day in Belize.
DAY 2: Guests make their way to the Copalli Rum Distillery to learn the basics of rum-making and its evolution over time, where they will tour the entire distillery and bottling facility before heading to Copal Tree Farms’ Agricultural Center. Here, they can try their hand in making rum-filled chocolate as part of the resort’s popular bean-to-bar class.
DAY 3: Participants return to Copal Tree Farms, where a tour of the organic cane fields is held and participants learn how to harvest cane sugar. The afternoon is spent back at the distillery for a series of taste tests, followed by a Rum Cocktail Class and pairing dinner later that evening.
DAY 4: Visitors can experience the best of Belize throughout the day before ending the four-day program with a celebratory dinner, complete with guests making their own spiced rum on-site from the final product.