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iciHaiti - Culture : Clairin registered in the National Register of Cultural Heritage
27/03/2021 11:06:04

iciHaiti - Culture : Clairin registered in the National Register of Cultural Heritage
The Ministry of Culture informs the Haitian nation and the international community, that in accordance with article 215 of the Constitution and in application of articles 1 and 2 of the convention for the Protection of the Intangible Cultural Heritage, which convention has entered into force, on December 17, 2009, after its ratification by the Haitian Parliament on the one hand, and in accordance with the letter and the spirit of the decree of October 12, 2005 creating the "Haitian Bureau of Copyright" (BHDA) of somewhere else ; the "Traditional Haitian Clairin Production Technique" is officially listed in the National Register of Haitian Cultural Heritage and is now protected by Haitian laws.

Consequently, any commercial use of the "Traditional Haitian Clairin production technique3 is subject to the legal provisions governing the matter.

Learn more about the Clairin of Haiti :

Clairin (Kleren) is a brandy produced from sugar cane in an artisanal way.

Clairin is produced during the same distillation process as rum although it is not refined it typically tests at 70% by volume. On leaving the distillations, it is generally wet, that is to say that a volume of water is added to lower the alcohol level between 45 and 60%.


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