Guyana is a Republic located in South America, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, precisely in the Caribbean Sea. The territory of the country is predominantly planted with obvious reliefs in the western and southern areas that divide it from neighboring Venezuela and Brazil. The climate of the State of Guyana is tropical, characterized by hot and sultry summers and rainy winters. The temperatures are very mild thanks to the proximity of the ocean. Guyana is a republic very poor economically, but enjoys a profitable production of spirits, among which fine rums exported all over the world. In the country particularly two companies producing Rum Big Mama Rum and Demerara Distillers stand out. The peculiarity of the local rum lies in the refined refining process of the sugarcane cultivated near the Rio Demerara. The sugar cane that grows near the west bank of the river, is fermented with scrupulous attention and then subjected to the distillation process. Inserted in oak barrels, it is left to age for a long period of time, before being bottled and distributed in the various countries of the world. In addition to high quality raw materials, the rums of the Republic of Guyana are particularly sought after thanks to the long aging process they are subjected to, among these special rums: El Dorado Rum aged 12 years and Big Mama Rum Demerara Pedro Ximenez rested for 15 years.