In 2017, one of the most prominent producers of Haitian Clairin accepted to bottle his creation, letting rhum lovers around the world discover the complexity of Le Rocher.
Romulus Bethel’s distillery is located in Pignon, in the northern arrondissement of Saint-Raphael, no more than an hour of dirt road from St. Michel, the village where Sajous' distillery is.
Le Rocher is produced from syrup, not from pure juice. The syrup is slowly boiled in order to preserve all the aromas of the rum, while retaining the character of the of cane. Le Rocher is an artisanal single pot still rum, bottled 'still proof' without any dilution.
Romelus is a religious man, and he humbly chose the name Le Rocher from a verse of the Gospel of Matthew 7:24-27. "The foolish man builds the house on the sand, while the wise man builds it on the rock". Le Rocher distillery is built on rock.