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Havana Club celebrates 15 years of Tomorrowland

Pernod Ricard's Havana Club has released a limited-edition rum to celebrate the anniversary of Tomorrowland Festival — Havana Club TML XV.

Created by Havana Club's maestro del ron Cuban, Asbel Morales, in collaboration with the creative minds behind Tomorrowland, the new release is said to capture celebratory atmosphere of the festival and energy of Havana. 

Using a blend of Cuban rum bases aged for a minimum of 12 years and up to 40 years and aged in a 60-years-old cask, the release has been limited to 2,000 bottles.

The release was revealed at Tomorrowland in July, with the winner of 2018's Havana Club Cocktail Grand Prix, Ninon Fauvarque creating a bespoke cocktail that was exclusively available at Havana Club's Bar Mañana onsite consisting of apricot brandy, soft spice syrup, lime syrup and iced green tea. 

Since the festival, Havana Club TML XV has been made available at 15 European cocktail bars, including Artesian in London, Paris' Bisou, Little Link in Cologne and Barcelona's Paradiso. The liquid will also be available in retailers in Belgium. 

Nick Blacknell, global marketing director at Havana Club International says: "We are very excited to unveil our partnership with Tomorrowland and to inspire festival-goers with a brand new and exclusive rum that represents our rebel personality, flair for festivals and the vibrant streets of Havana. We raise a glass of TML XV to Tomorrowland's 15th anniversary and to all Tomorrowland fans all over the world and we hope that they get the opportunity to enjoy the rum before it's all gone."

23 July 2019 - Sam Coyne The Drinks Report, editor