Rum for Roosters in Haiti


Haiti, Americas

Mackenson Registre, 35, prepares his roosters before a morning cockfight practice session in Laboule 12, a neighborhood in Pétion-Ville on the outskirts of Port-au-Prince, Haiti. He takes a swig of Clairin, a traditional Haitian rum, to spit out onto the birds. This will help warm them up and get them ready for the fight, he says.

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Rum for Roosters in Haiti