Sun | May 29, 2022

Something Extra

Published:Thursday | May 12, 2022 | 12:08 AM
Jamaican born Basil Jones, head chef, Jasmine’s Caribbean Cuisine (left) poses with Director of Tourism, Donovan White.
Jamaican born Basil Jones, head chef, Jasmine’s Caribbean Cuisine (left) poses with Director of Tourism, Donovan White.
Minister of Tourism, Edmund Bartlett (centre), flanked by chief financial officer, Campari, Lorenzo Banfi (left) and J. Wray and Nephew Foundation’s senior director, public affairs and sustainability, Tanikie McClarthy-Allen
Minister of Tourism, Edmund Bartlett (centre), flanked by chief financial officer, Campari, Lorenzo Banfi (left) and J. Wray and Nephew Foundation’s senior director, public affairs and sustainability, Tanikie McClarthy-Allen
Director of Tourism, Donovan White (centre), flanked by new Jamaica Tourist Board manager for New York, Victoria Harper (left) and public relations manager Fiona Fennel.
Director of Tourism, Donovan White (centre), flanked by new Jamaica Tourist Board manager for New York, Victoria Harper (left) and public relations manager Fiona Fennel.
Jamaica’s deputy director of tourism in charge of the USA, Donnie Dawson, share lens time with Simone Roxburgh Foster, project manager, Jamaica Rum Festival.
Jamaica’s deputy director of tourism in charge of the USA, Donnie Dawson, share lens time with Simone Roxburgh Foster, project manager, Jamaica Rum Festival.
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The Jamaica Rum Festival held its US media launch at Jasmine’s Caribbean Cuisine in Manhattan, New York, last Friday night. In anticipation of the festival’s western Jamaica debut on Saturday, June 25, drinks flowed, guests mingled and a time was had. Something Extra was in the mix. Feast your eyes and have a rum on us!