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Bundaberg Rum Aged 18 Years numbered and in excellent condition. Comes with COA and original wooden box. Perfect collectors piece."Released 22nd May 2006, was Limited to 5142 bottles, but rum was running low at the 4800 bottle mark and production numbers didn't actually reach 5124. The highest known number to exist is currently 4870, it is believed that only 4890 were produced.
This is the oldest rum that the B.D.C has ever released to the public. It is a blend of rums aged between 18 & 22 years in 15 different small oak barrels.
The oldest rum used was laid down on August 11th 1984 and the youngest was laid down on September 17th 1987. Shaun Barry was the man in charge of blending the rums. Each bottle is numbered and has the signature of Master Distiller "Kevin Gott" printed on it. Each bottle was sold with a display box and COA." - Quoted from www.bundabergrumcollectors.com
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