Volume per unit: 750 mL
Alcohol per Vol: 40%
Price: $39.06 / item including taxes
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What is Lucky Bastard Knock On Wood Rum?
Premium Caribbean-style Amber Rum. Lucky Bastard Knock on Wood Amber Rum is fermented slowly from sugarcane and Caribbean molasses, then distilled in our copper pot still. Finally, it is aged in once-used bourbon oak casks for a minimum of one year, creating a flavour that is complex, wonderfully warm, and bursting with flavour.
This product comes in a case of 12 x 750 mL bottles. You must be at least 19 years of age to order and show proof of age on delivery. Once your Split is filled it can no longer be canceled or returned. You have 30 days from the day your Split fills to report any issues with your order.
Barbados Rum Punch
- 1/4 cup Lucky Bastard Knock on Wood Rum
- 2/3 cup pineapple-coconut juice
- 1/4 cup fresh lime juice
- 6 tablespoons ginger ale
- Fresh lime or pineapple slices (optional)
Combine the first 3 ingredients in a large pitcher. Cover, and chill until ready to serve. Divide rum mixture among 4 ice-filled glasses. Stir 1 1/2 tablespoons ginger ale into each serving. Garnish with fresh lime or pineapple slices, if desired.
Who is Lucky Bastard Distillers?
Find a friend and start a distillery. Or in this case, a friend finds you and you start a distillery. LB’s journey began where most great ideas do…over drinks! In 2010, Cary, Michael, and Lacey finally had an opportunity to catch up with each other after a holiday. Maybe it was the cocktails or just the intrigue of a new adventure, but the three friends decided to take a leap and so began ‘The longer than expected distillery’.
Building the first distillery to operate in saskatoon since prohibition presented itself with many challenges and roadblocks, where it seemed every day would cost another $1,000. Hours were spent brainstorming, researching, and creating recipes for future products. It pains us to think of the gallons of gin dumped down the drain before we got the perfect combination of botanicals.
With the goal of creating Saskatoon’s first single malt in mind (a minimum of 3 years to age), we soon realized that vodka was going to have to pay the bills. Thus, Lucky Bastard Vodka was born! To learn more visit luckybastard.ca.