Montebello rum is an agricultural rum produced by the Carrère distillery in Petit-Bourg in Guadeloupe. The Carrère distillery is better known under the name of Montebello distillery, name of its rums since 1975 in reference to the name of the district where it is located. The distillery was founded in 1930 by the Dolomie family. Since December 2011, Grégory and Dominique Marsolle have been taking over the family business. In 2012, the distillery embarked on the path of recycling all of the "waste" resulting from the crushing of cane. It uses dry bagasse (cane residue) as fuel to produce the steam that runs the cane crushing presses. To make its rum, the Montebello distillery has the particularity of using only hand-harvested canes from the volcanic regions of Petit-Bourg, Goyave, Basse-Terre, Lamentin and Sainte-Rose. It is also one of the last distilleries in the Caribbean using steam engines.