Trois Rivières is an artisan, plantation rum house in the southernmost part of the island. Making its rum from cane juice, not molasses, the various bottlings reflect the dramatic terroir of the tidal flats where the cane is grown. For that reason, some of their bottlings are, shall we say? controversial, appealing more to fans of Agave spirits (Mezcal?) than traditional rum-o-philes.
An example of that would be the Cuvée de L'Ocean, a rum with a frankly funky, brackish aroma, even though the rum itself has a clean sweet-ish flavor. Here is what the poetically-inclined rum house has to say about it: