Bundaberg MDC Black Glass 2004 Edition Rum

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Bundaberg MDC Black Glass 2004 Edition Rum is aged in an American White Oak for 10 years and finished in small, heavy charred barrels; a rich smooth rum has been created with a deep red glow reminiscent of the burning cane fields. This very limited release (as opposed to the more common Bundaberg MDC Black Barrel ‘Clear Glass’ Edition) continues in the tradition of previous releases with each bottle individually numbered, marking a moment in time that can never be repeated.

Limited Edition MDC Black Barrel – Black Glass 2004 (initial release) – THE BLACK GLASS WAS EXTREMELY LIMITED AS IT WAS NOT AVAILABLE AT BOTTLE SHOPS. Each bottle in this Limited Release comes presented in a MDC Black Barrel Gift Box.

Crafted by Bundaberg Distilling Company, Bundaberg QLD.

700ml, 40% ABV

$249.99 inc. GST

Out of stock

Bundaberg MDC Black Glass 2004 Edition Rum is a limited edition released as part of the distillery’s Master Distillers Collection.

Bundaberg Rum originated because the local sugar mills had a problem with what to do with the waste molasses after the sugar was extracted (it was heavy, difficult to transport and the costs of converting it to stock feed were rarely worth the effort). Sugar men first began to think of the profits that could be made from distilling. The vital meeting was held at the Royal Hotel on 1 August 1885, W M C Hickson served as the chairman, and other notables in attendance included all the big sugar mill owners of that time, W G Farquhar, F L Nott,S McDougall, T Penny, S H Bravo and A H Young, all to become the first directors of the Company. They started with a capital of ₤5,000.

Although not as old as Beenleigh Rum, The Bundaberg Distilling Company began its operations in 1888. 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.


Weight 2 kg