Who owns Inner Circle rum?

Who owns Inner Circle rum?

Inner Circle Rum is a dark rum produced in Australia. The Inner Circle Rum brand name was sold to Vok Beverages, a subsidiary of Adelaide based beverage company Bickford’s Australia. As of 2011 the brand is still owned by the 100% Australian owned company and is experiencing double digit growth.

How strong is Inner Circle Rum?

1968 – ICR was released to the Australian market and immediately created a cult following. It was released as three variants; underproof, overproof & 33% overproof, easily distinguished by its red dot, green dot and black dot on the label.

What is OP rum?

In the most simple terms, an overproof rum is any rum that contains more than 50 percent alcohol by volume.

How old is Bundaberg Rum?

The Bundaberg Distilling Company began its operations in 1888, and Bundaberg rum was first produced in 1889. Production ceased from 1907 to 1914, and from 1936 to 1939, after fires, the second of which caused rum from the factory to spill into the nearby Burnett River.

What does overproof mean?

Definition of overproof : containing more alcohol than proof spirit.

What proof is 151 rum?

75.5 %
Well, we had already taken the first precaution when we started selling our 151 rum bottles with a metal flame protector built into the lid; yes, all bottles of 151 proof alcohol (75.5 %ABV) are well known for their flammable qualities.

Is Bundaberg Rum still Australian owned?

Diageo Australia is the leading premium spirits company in Australia and the proud owner of the Bundaberg Distilling Company. Our success is built on a rich Australian heritage.

Is Bundaberg Rum exported?

Australian rum is as rare as the unique taste of Bundaberg Export Strength Rum. The sugar cane that gives the rum its fine and soft taste is extracted from the vast plantations of Queensland….Buy Export Strength Rum.

Brand Bundaberg
Country of origin Australia

Which rum is the strongest?

The 5 Strongest Rums in the World

  1. Sunset Very Strong Rum. Sunset Very Strong Rum has an 84.5% alcohol by volume content.
  2. Stroh 80 Rum. This Austrian favorite contains 80% by volume.
  3. John Crow Batty Rum.
  4. Bacardi 151.
  5. Clarke’s Court Spiced Rum.

What rum is made in Australia?

First distilled in 1888, Bundaberg Rum is as Australian as it gets.

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