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Casa Don Q – A Little History & Lots of Good Rum!

Posted on Apr 7th, 2007 by • Updated on May 22nd, 2014

4/14- Casa Don Q has closed. You can try Don Q rum at the PR Tourism Office next door (on the corner) at their tasting bar (Saturday- Wednesday 2pm-5pm).

Casa Don Q

For a quick and tasty stop, we always go to Casa Don Q in Old San Juan. Don Q brand is the rum preferred by Puerto Ricans – they give samples, so if you want, you can stop in and taste for yourself, and see why!

Casa Don Q is a small “museum” that has information about rum making and the history of the Don Q brand. Casa Don Q is across the street from the Pier 1 cruise ship dock, and just next door from the PR Tourism Center.

The bartenders will explain the different kinds of Don Q rums and what to mix them with. They have a bar for a free taste of your choice of one of the many Don Q rum products. They also have a gift shop for purchasing Don Q rum, clothing and accessories.

We find it to be a wonderfully cool and delicious stop during our day in Old San Juan. There are even clean bathrooms available!

Enjoy and don’t forget to tip your bartender!


Drink responsibly and stay hydrated

Allow 20 minutes

Phone: (787)977-1720

Casa Don Q is located on the waterfront in Old San Juan, right next to the PR Visitor’s Information Center and across from the Casita.

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