Industrias Pampero is a distillery that produces 100% Venezuelan rum through the mixture of various rums in white oak barrels, which previously had sherry wine and which rest for at least 2 years.
Its main place of production is the plant located in Hacienda de Guadalupe, known as the Centro Licorero Complex and which has been owned by the family that owns the distillery since the 20th century, characterized by fertile soils and an intense tropical climate. The brand's logo represents a llanero on horseback, and is so famous in its country of origin that rum is known as "Caballito Frenao".
A pioneering rum in Venezuela that was the first to achieve the category of Añejo by the government in 1953. Currently Industrias Pampero C.A is part of the Diageo company, one of the largest beverage companies in the world.
Industrias Pampero is one of the leading distilleries in Venezuela and that has contributed to Venezuela becoming one of the main rum exporting countries in the world. Pampero rums have received numerous awards including the Gold Award Premium for several years, as well as the best rum category in the seventh edition of the San Francisco World Spiritis Competition.
Pampero Aniversario Rum went on the market in 1963, as an exceptional rum, to commemorate the 25th anniversary of Industrias Pampero. Industrias Pampero was founded in Venezuela in 1938, known there as the "caballito frenao" for its logo, it was the first rum to obtain the category of añejo in that country.
Ron Pampero Especial is the first Venezuelan rum to be designated añejo. It is unique, versatile and different. Pampero Industries, C.A. It is a rum distillery established in 1938 in Venezuela. Pampero's main markets are Italy, Spain and Venezuela itself.