Embark, Food and Cuisine, People
By Dylan Benoit ● Issue 171 (July/August 2022)
Rum: the Caribbean’s precious elixir | Try this
Cayman Islands-based Food Network chef Dylan Benoit celebrates the region’s favourite spirit, and offers a sinful rum-infused recipe
Arrive, Leisure, Travel, Barbados
By Caribbean Beat ● Issue 163 (March/April 2021)
Barbados by road | Explore
Barbados is world-famous for its spectacular beaches — but when you’re ready to experience the rest of the island’s natural beauty and cultural riches, there’s no better way than a road trip. A full gas tank, your favourite playlist, and good vibes are all you need to enjoy these three itineraries
Arrive, Travel, Lifestyle, Cuba
By Caribbean Beat ● Issue 150 (March/April 2018)
Havana hello | Destination
Caribbean Airlines’ newest destination is one of the region’s — and the world’s — most iconic cities. From music to revolutionary history, baroque architecture to pastel-hued classic cars, from the Malecón to the bar where mojitos were (supposedly) invented — welcome to Havana, now serviced by two direct flights from Port of Spain each week
By Fred Bouchard ● Issue 46 (November/December 2000)
Caribbean rum — white heat, brown beauties
What is more refreshing on a hot day than a cool drink made with enticing white rum, a twist of lime and a splash of fresh coconut water?...
Engage, Business, People, Trinidad and Tobago
By Cate Young ● Issue 148 (November/December 2017)
Genevieve Jodhan: a legacy of change | The Deal
When Genevieve Jodhan was named CEO of Angostura, T&T’s 193-year-old rum distillers, it was a decisive change for an industry still dominated by male executives. But, as Cate Young finds out, her understanding of the Angostura legacy is what makes Jodhan exactly the right woman for the job
Arrive, Culture, Travel, Lifestyle, Barbados
By Caribbean Beat ● Issue 144 (March/April 2017)
Bridgetown, Barbados | Layover
One of the Caribbean’s most popular tourist destinations, Barbados is host to approximately 600,000 stayover visitors each year — more...
Arrive, Culture, Leisure, Travel, Lifestyle, US Virgin Islands
By David Knight Jr ● Issue 133 (May/June 2015)
The magic mountain
When I was very young — too young to remember — I experienced a rite of passage common to Virgin Islands children: I was pinched by my...
Culture, Food and Cuisine, United Kingdom, Caribbean Diaspora
By Franka Philip ● Issue 97 (May/June 2009)
A rum do: London’s Rumfest
Something’s been creeping up on connoisseurs in the UK and Europe. It’s something for which the Caribbean is world-famous, but it...