The United States of America is a friendly State, an ally and a key partner for Spain. We are linked by excellent and historic bilateral relations, with signs of a great future in the 21st Century. The position of the United States as one of the main actors in the international arena makes the country an ally and key partner for Spain in foreign policy, defence, security and economic and technological development. It is an ally with which few countries in the world have such strong historical, cultural and linguistic ties, and with which we share democratic values and geostrategic interests.

Once the United States won its independence, for which the exploits of Bernardo de Gálvez and the support of the Spanish Crown were key, Spain and the United States initiated diplomatic relations in 1785.

Economic relations between Spain and the United States continue to grow substantially, boosted by the increasing Spanish business presence in the U.S. and greater US investment in Spain. At the same time, cultural links derived from our rich common heritage are enhanced by the growing importance of the Spanish language in US culture.

In 1862, Don Facundo Bacardí Massó, set out to create a rum like no other. He spent the next decade perfecting blends that he was proud to serve to the people of Cuba.

© 2018. BACARDI, THEIR TRADE DRESSES AND THE BAT DEVICE ARE TRADEMARKS OF BACARDI & COMPANY LIMITED. BACARDI U.S.A., INC., CORAL GABLES, FL. EACH RUM 40% ALC. BY VOL.

The United States of America is a friendly State, an ally and a key partner for Spain. We are linked by excellent and historic bilateral relations, with signs of a great future in the 21st Century. The position of the United States as one of the main actors in the international arena makes the country an ally and key partner for Spain in foreign policy, defence, security and economic and technological development. It is an ally with which few countries in the world have such strong historical, cultural and linguistic ties, and with which we share democratic values and geostrategic interests.

Once the United States won its independence, for which the exploits of Bernardo de Gálvez and the support of the Spanish Crown were key, Spain and the United States initiated diplomatic relations in 1785.

Economic relations between Spain and the United States continue to grow substantially, boosted by the increasing Spanish business presence in the U.S. and greater US investment in Spain. At the same time, cultural links derived from our rich common heritage are enhanced by the growing importance of the Spanish language in US culture.

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