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The world of rum is a diverse one. And, thanks to there being no unifying authority, the types of products that are called rum vary widely in their flavour profiles. There are, loosely speaking, a few different styles of rum that drinkers can identify. They’re based on old geographical and cultural roots and it is remarkable how these styles have come down the ages.
Building on the success of Bundaberg Select Vat Rum, Bundaberg Distilling Company’s Master Craftsmen have hand selected the next vat to be used in the premium series.
In 1682, rum was big business in the American colonies. So much so that, when faced with the imminent arrival of a “hundred or more” heretic Quakers, Puritan clergyman Cotton Mather thought he could sell them for rum. “Much spoil can be made by selling the whole lot to Barbadoes [sic],” he wrote, “where slaves fetch good prices in rum and sugar”. Such was the appeal of rum – the New England colonists were crazy for it.
Bundaberg have added again to their range with the release of this new premium rum.
Bundaberg’s carefully crafted rum is now available through Diageo…
Meet Bacardi Lion’s new spiced rum, Oakheart…
Fancy adding this delicious bottle of Mount Gay Extra Old rum to your liquor cabinet?
Australian history is awash with rum – that characterful sugarcane spirit the golden hue of good, fertile Aussie soil. And if you distill the history of Bundaberg Rum and you’ll find a heady mix of traditional Aussie values.
Baranows Emporium’s best selling, five star rum – Diplomatico Reserva Exclusivo – is a perfect match for a high end cigar.
island2island Beverage Company has announced the launch of the Australian Angostura Global Cocktail Competition and is offering the cream of Australia’s bartending fraternity the chance to win a trip to Trinidad to show their stuff and compete in the World Finals. If you want to be in the running for a chance to represent your [...]