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The Cadushy Distillery

Kaya C. D. Crestian 8 & 10, Rincon, Bonaire
+599 786 8769
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Very nice people

We went there today and were warmly welcome with a free shot and had the destillery tour that was... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Norman1501
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Recommended

We went as couples and enjoyed the tastings and information. It is interesting how they make the... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
TKStewart
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Open Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays and on Cruise ship days. Have you ever tried drinking a cactus? Don’t miss this special experience when you’re on Bonaire! The Cadushy Distillery produces something you would have never imagined: excellent liqueur, made out of cactus. Entrance to the Cadushy Distillery including a tour with explanation of the process and including the tasting of their liqueurs is entirely free! The only thing you need to bring is your good mood ;-)
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Hours Today: 10:00 - 17:00
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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Kaya C. D. Crestian 8 & 10, Rincon, Bonaire
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We went there today and were warmly welcome with a free shot and had the destillery tour that was fre of charge and done by a very nice and friendly lade. We had many laughs together. Also the tasting after the tour was great. They...More

Thank Norman1501
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We went as couples and enjoyed the tastings and information. It is interesting how they make the cadushy liquor. Mike was very knowledgeable. A fun thing to do and get some history of the island at the same time.

Thank TKStewart
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Easy place to stop for a quick visit. Very friendly service. Unique liqueurs. Very good spirits. We taste tested everything. We went on the "tour" which is a short walk from the tasting bar and you stand at a counter looking through a window and...More

Thank Julie B
Reviewed 23 May 2017

On May 10, we cruised into Bonaire for the first time. We checked out a lot of information before our trip, and learned about the Cadushy Distillery on TripAdvisor reviews. What a super find and definitely a must-visit location! We were lucky to connect with...More

Thank PKaley
Reviewed 16 May 2017

Stopped here as part of an island tour. This is a friendly little place. It has a unique charm and they give samples of there liquor. spend a little time here and try some of the great ice cold cocktails the bar tenders are ready...More

Thank LarryG1988
Reviewed 14 May 2017 via mobile

My husband & I stopped here on our vacation to Bonaire. We started our tour of the island by hiking through Washington National Park checking out flamingos, all sorts of other birds & cactus. It was hot! The Cadushy Distillery was the perfect place to...More

Thank Cassidy455
Reviewed 2 May 2017

One of the things the Caribbean is noted for is...rum. And Cadushy Distillery makes rum, whiskey, vodka and now Tequila like no other in the world let alone any other distillery. I recently visited Bonaire for my eighth year in a row. Cadushy has become...More

Thank Cazador I
Reviewed 1 May 2017

We stopped at the distillery to taste the local liqueur, we had the little tour explaining the hows and whys of the green liqueur, but also on the so many others they have.

Thank Nadeke
Reviewed 27 April 2017

Had a great time in our last visit at the Cadushy Distillery. Took a tour of their operations, tasted several of their liquors, and left with a bottle of their Reserve Rum which went well with our drinks the rest of our stay. Great owners...More

1  Thank snowblind50999
Reviewed 20 April 2017 via mobile

Interesting, very friendly, tasty products of many varieties & reasonable prices...Very well-worth the visit, easy to find in colorful Rincon, Bonaire.

Thank Ed O
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Chris L
Hi, Is The Curoico liquor taste sweet and fruity? How many bottles are you allowed in your checked in luggage? Thanks, Chris
12 June 2017|
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Response from Cadushy | Property representative |
Hi Chris, Yes the Calbas of Curacao Liqueur taste sweet and fruity. You can take as many bottles as you like in your checked luggage, as long as you declare them at arrival. Duty-free you can take 2 liters. Salu... More
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Earthpiggy
We will be a party of 5 Adults and will be in port on the Carnival Sunshine on 22 Nov 2017. We are wanting to do a Tour and Tasting of the rum. Also will be looking for recommendations for place to get a Taste of the local foods as we are also "Foodies". Thanks for any information that you can provide me
21 May 2017|
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Response from Cadushy | Property representative |
Hi, You are most welcome to visit our distillery. There are different options to get to the distillery. If you want to explore Rincon and have lunch there its best to rent some transportation (golfcard or car). The best... More
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lnash817
I plan to visit on my cruise in May and wanted to know what the prices were like. I want to be sure to bring enough but don't like to travel with too much. Also what forms of payment are accepted?
11 February 2017|
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Response from postal49740 | Reviewed this property |
$40 for a litre. They take v/mc
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