Paying homage to the year of Bundaberg Distillery‘s birth, only 1888
bottles of this exceptionally rare rum were bottled and made
available to buy.
EACH LIMITED EDITION INCLUDES:
A beautifully detailed bottle, featuring metal collar and hand-applied leather band.
An individually numbered crystal decanter, housed in a wooden presentation box.
Two crystal tumblers, both etched with the Bundaberg Distillery Logo.
A handstitched leather booklet detailing the distillery‘s history.
A one-of-a-kind copper ingot - the ingenious result of melting down one the distillery‘s distillation columns.
"Delicate, layered with subtle hints of honey, caramel and spice before ending with a long, smooth finish."
The History of Bundaberg
On November 22nd, 125 years ago, a band of sugar millers in South-East Queensland faced an overwhelming oversupply of molasses. Their solution? Start a rum distillery.
And so Bundaberg Distillery was born.
Over the next century, the distillery was threatened by fires, floods and imitators from all over the world. But Bundaberg Rum survived - picking up an iconic polar bear mascot along the way - and its smooth flavour and timeless taste grew to become Australia‘s favourite rum.
Today, Bundaberg Distillery is still proudly pleasing the taste
buds of rum connoisseurs everywhere with the ingenious thinking and fine craftsmanship.
The Bundaberg Range
Why not make Bundaberg‘s 125th anniversary the time to taste something new from Australia‘s favourite bear?
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