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The Bacardí family has faced some trying times since its establishment in 1862. Fire, earthquakes, prohibition in the 1920s, the Cuban Revolution in the 50s, and finally exile in the 60s. But somehow, the Bacardí family didn’t just survive–they thrived.
Their passion for crafting quality rum and untameable spirit brought them through everything fate could throw at them.
The Bacardí family has been exiled, outlawed, imprisoned, but has always remained free. Watch the video to discover how BACARDÍ‘s true passion cannot be tamed, then check out Facebook.com/Bacardi to learn more about the BACARDÍ story.
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