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Angostura

Corner Eastern Main Road and Trinity Avenue | Laventille, Trinidad
+1 868-623-1841
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I preferred the Carib brewery tour

The tour was just average. We went through alot of the history of the brewery rather than actually... read more

Reviewed 28 November 2016
Johnny L
,
Diego Martin, Trinidad
Great facility & museum. Poor time management.

The Angostura facility and museum themselves are really quite impressive. We learnt quite a bit of... read more

Reviewed 20 August 2016
AliciaAdorada
,
Princes Town, Trinidad
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Tours are given of the facilities where the famous Angostura aromatic bitters is made. It includes visiting the bitters manufacturing room and bottling plants of both rum and bitters. It also includes viewing the company's butterfly collection and ends with a tasting of some of the rums and shopping in the gift shop.
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  • Average9%
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Corner Eastern Main Road and Trinity Avenue | Laventille, Trinidad
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+1 868-623-1841
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Reviewed 28 November 2016

The tour was just average. We went through alot of the history of the brewery rather than actually seeing much of how it was manufactured. There was a very random butterfly exhibit and several staged bars with different themes. The lunch was decent, however we...More

Thank Johnny L
Angostura2014, Manager at Angostura, responded to this reviewResponded 8 April 2017

Hello Johnny, I am sorry you did not enjoy our tour. In future, perhaps you can let us know what your interests are so we can see how best we can adjust the tour to suit your needs where possible. We look forward to welcoming...More

Reviewed 20 August 2016 via mobile

The Angostura facility and museum themselves are really quite impressive. We learnt quite a bit of history along the way. However, unfortunately, or tour started an hour late which meant we missed out in some key parts of the regular tour i.e the production line...More

Thank AliciaAdorada
Angostura2014, Manager at Angostura, responded to this reviewResponded 8 April 2017

Hello Alicia, I am so sorry that your tour was marred by the tardiness of our tour guide. We certainly spoke to her about it. Please know that this is not acceptable to us and we will make every effort to continue to monitor their...More

Reviewed 25 April 2016

Whenever you are visiting this Museum kindly request Mr. Jamal as the Bartender and Ms. Yvette as your tour guide. They definitely displayed true Trini hospitality with a smile, grace and lots of laughter. You can feel the warmth of their personalities while they performed...More

1  Thank 81gerbera
Reviewed 7 April 2016

We went as a group of mixed ex pats and were very impressed with the tour. Our guide was very knowledgeable and answered all of our questions with confidence. All of the staff were extremely friendly and even the people working on the barrels outside...More

Thank carolannpeacock
Angostura2014, Manager at Angostura, responded to this reviewResponded 26 April 2016

Thanks for your review. We were happy to welcome you and glad to know that you enjoyed our tour. We look forward to receiving you and your guests again. Warm Regards,

Reviewed 17 January 2016

You have to book ahead and luckily we (a group of 3) were able to join a tour. It's a very informative and enjoyable way to spend a morning. We got to see the barrel-making as well as other processes. Thoroughly recommended.

1  Thank Rachel C
Reviewed 3 August 2015

I try to visit a distillery wherever I travel; it's just my "thing"! Angostura did not disappoint! The tour guide was very informative and the butterfly room (and butterflies) were beautiful. The tour guide gives very informative information about the history of bitters and its...More

6  Thank Emerald M
Angostura2014, Manager at Angostura, responded to this reviewResponded 4 August 2015

Hi there, thanks for your comment. Please encourage everyone you know who visits our facilities to please review their visit here thanks.

Reviewed 27 June 2015 via mobile

Good tour of the House of Angostura where world famous Angostura bitters are produced, along with a variety of rums. In addition to the tour of the distillery, you also get to see their huge collection of butterfly specimens. The highlight though is the sampling....More

4  Thank artworks1437
Reviewed 1 June 2015

Excellent factory tour with information on history and production of Bitters and rum, although because of the secret formula of Bitters not great depth on this subject but plenty of history. Mid tour, at the end of the historical information the tasting bar was open...More

3  Thank Vance L
Angostura2014, Public Relations Manager at Angostura, responded to this reviewResponded 2 June 2015

Thanks for your review. The feedback is invaluable!

Reviewed 21 May 2015

Angostura bitters is a product known the world over and this tour of the factory where this product as well as other products from the Angostura brand such as their rum is a truly great experience. Firstly, the facilities are extremely clean and state of...More

2  Thank Jason B
Reviewed 26 March 2015

I went on the factory tour with a local friend of mine and I was quite impressed. The facilities were world class, the history was interesting, the guide was extremely knowledgeable and professional and the rum was fantastic! This is definitely a "must do" in...More

2  Thank Jaimelewis12
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sheryl m
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Response from AliciaAdorada | Reviewed this property |
Hey Sheryl. I'm not sure emailing would work, have you heard anything? Best bet would be to call them if possible. Would you be able to?
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