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Some believe its father was a Dominican, called Labat, who came to live in Martinique at the end of the Great Century.
God’s ways will stay mysterious : to one of its servants, father Lefébure, superior of the Charity Brothers’ convent and alchemist, comes the honor of offering to the world a great rum. In great secrecy, that centuries never revealed, this noble servant of God put together a hard liquor of a rare quality. The islanders foreseeing the success of this drink, became enthusiastic. So much that, father Lefébure had to build the first Saint-James distillery on the top of a beautiful hill. It was in 1765, and with the years passing by, the rum Saint-James, the oldest one in Martinique, also became the most cherished.
In 1765, Saint James began making alcohol from the sugar production by-products.
Group COFEPP, owner of the Dillon and Depaz [and Bardinet, P.H.] repurchases the Saint James and Bally which had hitherto the group Remy Cointreau.
St. James also produces Maniba, Madkaud, Hardy, and Bally.