In 1929 a group of eight local businessmen came together to buy molasses in bulk and control the distillation process for their rums. They raised £2,500 as capital, and in 1932 they formed a company which they named Antigua Distillery Limited (ADL).  To this day, the rum is made in a copper column still. The choice of copper rather than stainless steel is important, as interaction between alcohol and copper contributes to the flavour of the finished rum, and mellows it as it ages. The ADL still is the only column still in the Caribbean to which other metals have not been added. All maintenance and repair work are done with copper to preserve the integrity of 
Antigua and Barbuda
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