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By Amanda Jennings, Marketing Project Manager

Where to try Virgin Cane Rhum

Virgin Cane Rhum is a small batch of Sydney’s first rum in decades and the third release under the Archie Rose Concepts label, reserved for our rarest and most experimental releases.

Inspired by Australia’s distilling heritage, Virgin Cane Rhum was distilled in 2016 from freshly cut and pressed sugar cane from Condong, northern NSW. With just 182 bottles released at the cask strength of 56.8%, it expresses notes of chervil, olives, marshmallow and fresh earth.

If you want to get your hands on Virgin Cane Rhum, it's stocked at these fine bars around the country ready for your enjoyment by the nip from late March. Please note, due to limited stock, no bottle shops will be ranging Virgin Cane Rhum.

As always, be sure to contact the bar ahead of visiting to ensure that stock has hit the back bar.


The Lobo Plantation, Sydney

Burrow Bar, Sydney

Continental Deli, Newtown

Grandmas Bar, Sydney

Bennelong Restaurant and Bar, Sydney

Blue Kahunas, Newcastle

Births and Deaths, Wollongong


The Highball Express, Canberra


Union Electric, Melbourne

Whisky & Alement, Melbourne

Bad Frankie, Fitzroy

The Rum Diary Bar, Fitzroy

The Elysian Whisky Bar, Fitzroy

Bar Liberty, Fitzroy


The Gresham Bar, Brisbane

Death and Taxes, Brisbane (opening soon)

hôntô, Fortitude Valley

Saville Row, Fortitude Valley

Cobbler, West End

Rosella's, Burleigh Heads


Hains and Co, Adelaide


Bar Lafayette, Perth

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