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 Refreshingly dry, distinctively smooth and perfectly balanced.

 

Brugal has been crafted by the Brugal family in the Dominican Republic since 1888 to a time-honoured family process.

Brugal crushes the sugar cane grown in the Dominican Republic to create a dark, sweet molasses before double-distilling to remove the heavy alcohols that give other rums their sweetness.

The Maestros Roneros select only the cleanest and purest spirit to be cask aged in oak casks selected by the Master of Wood.

Being meticulously double-distilled and aged in oak casks gives Brugal its refreshing dryness.

Each expression has a distinct character and unique balance of flavours, offering the perfect base for simple mixed drinks, cocktails, or even to be savoured on the rocks.

 

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 Brugal Añejo

 

Brugal Especial Extra Dry

Brugal Especial Extra Dry 

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Brugal 1888
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Brugal Facts

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A well-known ritual favoured by locals is to sprinkle the first few drops of a new bottle of Brugal onto the floor. This is “por los muertos” (for the departed).

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Brugal is the third largest international rum brand in the world.

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To be a Brugal master blender you need to be part of the Brugal family.

History

During the second half of the nineteenth century, Andrés Brugal Montaner, born in Sitges, Spain, emigrated to Cuba and later moved to Puerto Plata in the Dominican Republic.

It is here that the industry of rum in the Dominican Republic began. With his experience, Andrés founded Brugal & Company, a family business that to this day carries on Andrés’ traditions.

History

In 1920 Brugal creates the dark rum segment. To improve the quality of its rum, the company begins to age rum in white oak barrels.

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Brugal Anejo bottles

In 1952 Brugal develops the aged rums segment with the launch of Brugal Añejo.



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Brugal Anejo bottles

In 1976 the launch of Brugal Extra Viejo creates a new category of premium Dominican rums.

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Brugal celebration

In 1988 when the company celebrates 100 years of production, Brugal launches its most premium rum, Brugal Siglo de Oro. By then, it is considered to be a brand of unsurpassed quality.

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Brugal is the number 1 rum brand in the Caribbean and Spain.