Importing Bundaberg rum from Australia?
Try to be a bit clearer on Quantity you want , location of B-I-L and have you tried to get some-one to "duty-free"it for you? You could also try www.bundyrum.com.au....they should be able to E-mail you sites that can help you futher! SOME-TIMES , if you talk sweetly enough , suppliers can actually arrange for the present to be delivered , if you will pay the costs!......Importing it your-self?..it would be cheaper making it your-self!
Where can I buy Bundaberg Rum in the USA?
Its not a very good rum so I dont think anyone would bother to import it. Are you from Australia and miss it or do you just want to try it? I'm sure there is a better quality rum that you could try in the USA - try captain morgans, sailor jerry etc
Is Bundaberg Rum available outside of Australia?
Yes, it is only available in British Commonwealths, unless you know someone that travels to Australia often that can bring a bottle or two back each trip. The Bundy website gives a listing of countries that it exports too. www.bundabergrum.com.au/ Sadly it is not available in America, and the one oversized bottle of overproof Bundy that I bought Duty Free on my way back from Sydney is almost 5 years empty.
What are some differences between Bacardi and Malibu rum?
There are obvious and non-obvious differences.Obvious — Two different manufacturers where Bacardi is Puerto Rican rum and Malibu is Canadian rum, and therefore a discernable difference in what I call “baseline taste.”Non-obvious — These are non-obvious because you need some rum experience to know this. First, the Bacardi silver, and all Malibu, are on the low end of the quality scale with Malibu being perhaps the worst because it is often over-sugared and so ghastly with artificial flavors. And for some reason, Malibu is also grossly over-hyped and over-marketed whereas Bacardi has a fairly good name among cocktail aficionados and also does make a few very good rums if you go well beyond their Silver offering. But still, classic cocktail aficionados tend to go out of their way to avoid Bacardi silver, and they rarely, if ever, use any Malibu products because of low quality, excessive over-sugaring, and over-use of artificial chemical flavors. The flavored Bacardi products also use artificial flavors, but in fairness, most flavored spirits on the market do. Cocktail-knowledgeable people often come to a point where flavor begins to really matter, and to get “flavored” drinks, they would tell you to use a clean base spirit and then add natural flavorings at the time you make the drinks. I am in this latter category.By the way, Captain Morgan is on the low end as well and could have fit well in your question. But some people truly like the flavors of the low end rums, especially those who just drink “rum & cokes” which are very simple and straight-forward. But everyone is different. I’m just more experienced and have come to be able to barely tolerate Bacardi Silver, any Malibu product, and Capt Morgan Parrot Bay but I do tolerate Capt Morgan spiced better than the other Morgan products. I just never buy any Morgan products because there are better rums on the market so I don’t really need unless I’m in a pinch.
Where can I buy belize rum "one barrel" in Australia?
best bet: local liquor store, if they don't have it, they can look it up on their distributor list, and order if for you at little to no extra cost if the distributors don't have it available, its likely not exported to Australia, and you would need to travel to Belize and bring it back with you, since its illegal to ship alcohol over international borders privately.
What's the difference between boiled custard and eggnog?
The previous answers are 100% incorrect. Boiled custard is a drink made from sugar, milk and eggs that is traditional in the Mid-South (Tennessee and Kentucky). The ingredients are mixed together and slowly heated in a double-boiler until thickened, so it's not actually boiled. It's then chilled and served, preferably with bourbon. Egg nog has cream and nutmeg, and in most recipes, the eggs aren't cooked (although store-bought nog is usually pasteurized). Anyone who tells you that boiled custard is a pudding or water-based has never had it.
Is non alcoholic beer halal?
The thing that makes it “Haram” according to Islamic law is not about “Alcohol” is about “Khamr (Liquor)”.Durian fruit contains alcohol but it's halal. Fermented Cassava and sticky rice are also halal although it has alcohol.But fermented grape (wine) and apple juice (apple cider) are haram because those drinks are considered as” Khamr” (liquor).And there are a lot of disagreements among Islamic scholars about “0% alcohol beer” (Non-Alcoholic beer), here are some that I found so far :All kind of liquors are haram due to the process ( either Non-Alcoholic or Alcoholic)Non-Alcoholic liquor is haram due to the utensils and tools to make the drink already contaminated with Alcohol.Non-Alcoholic liquor is haram due to the Industry that makes it also produce alcoholic liquor.Non-Alcoholic liquor is halal as long as it doesn't have alcohol (0% alcohol).Non-Alcoholic liquor is Subhat (unknown/suspected—could be halal and could be haram) better to leave it than drink it.In my opinion accoring to Qur’an.Qur’an only mention “Khamr” (Liquor) not Alcohol because liquor can make someone drunk and lose consciousness.Therefore, the process to make the drink is not haram.Fresh apple juice drink with sugar can be haram if we leave the drink for weeks in the glass because it could contain alcohol later on and become such a liquor. But it doesn't make all apple juices are haram.Since, Non-Alcohol liquor was made by the companies that also produce Alcohol beverage then the Non-Alcohol liquor is haram if they use same machines and tools to process that also used for Alcohol beverages.It's same with the chicken that cooked with pork. Chicken is halal but if you cook it with Pork or use the same utensils to cook pork, it makes the chicken becomes haram.So better before you purchase the Non-Alcohol beer, you check it to the Company about the process. Is it free alcohol process or not? And are they sure that the drink completely free alcohol?If you haven't asked about this to the company then the Non-Alcohol beer is Subhat, and according to Islamic law, leaving Syubhat thing is better.
What items are cheaper and better in Australia?
Than the US? Not a lot. Quite a few things are cheaper, and quite a few are better, but not many are both.Lamb. Much of the lamb in the USA comes from Australia via 6 weeks frozen on a container ship. Ours is much better and much cheaper.Fresh food (in season). This is debatable. A delicious, ripe freshly picked mango in January is going to be cheaper and better in Sydney than a mango in Minnesota in January. But they probably have cheaper corn in August than we do. Nevertheless, in my biased opinion, based on range (quality) and cost Australia generally does better fresh fruits, vegetables, seafood and meat.Healthcare. It is certainly cheaper in Australia. I rank it “better” because it delivers better outcomes.That is a depressingly short list. Three items. And the only one which is clear cut is lamb.