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Carew & Co (Bangladesh) Ltd.

 

Carew & Co (Bangladesh) Ltd.

 Year established: 1938

 Year closed:

 Owner: Bangladesh Sugar and Food Industries Corporation (BSFIC)

Web page: www.bsfic.gov.bd

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 Type of still:

 Production capacity: 2.8-3,000,000 litres åer year

 Location: Darsana

 History:

Established in 1938 under private ownership, Carew & Co. (BD) Ltd is one of the oldest mills in Bangladesh which came under the control of BSFIC immediately after independence.

Carew & Co.(Bangladesh) Ltd. is situated at Darsana of Chuadanga district. It was established by private entrepreneurs in 1938 and has a sugar mill, one Distillery and one Pharmaceutical unit under its ownership. Machinery & equipment of the sugar mill were supplied by M/S Blairs Ltd.of Glasgow,U.K.It started trial production in 1938-39.

 

The original cane crushing capacity of Carew & Co.Sugar Mills was 1016 M.Tons per day.After nationalization in 1973, the sugar mill was partially modernized during 1978-85 under Australian assistance at a cost of Tk 208.84 million. As a result,the economic operating life of the sugar mill increased for a few years and its daily cane crushing capacity also increased to 1150 M.Tons with corresponding increase in sugar production capacity to 11,500 M.Tons per annum.

 

Total cane-cultivable land in the millzone of Carew & Co.Sugar Mill is about 45,600 acres of which 15,600 acres per annum on average is brought under sugarcane cultivation.

 

The distillery of Carew & Co.(BD)ltd.has an annual production capacity of 2.80-3.00 million proof litre of spirit from mollasses which is used for making rectified spirit,denatured spirit,country liquor and 35,000/36,000 cases of foreign liquor. [15]

 

 Products:

Old Rum 75 Proof

 

Carew's Rosa Rum 75 Proof

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Gelephu Distillery / Army Walfare Project

 

Gelephu Distillery / Army Walfare Project

 Year established: 1976

 Year closed:

 Owner: Armed Forces of Bhutan

 Web page: http://www.awp.com.bt/

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Type of still:

 Production capacity: 365,000 cases per year

 Location: Gelephu

 History:

The Army Welfare Project was established in 1974 with the aim of creating employment and post service benefits for ex-servicemen. The first distillery was established in Gelephu in 1976. The AWP expanded, leasing the Samdrup Jongkhar distillery from Namdik Enterprises in 1979 and the Samtse distillery from Bhutan Central Distillers in 1981.

 

Gelephu distillery has a secondary distillation unit with 7,500 LPD Re-Distillation Plant that converts Rectified Spirits (RS) to Extra Neutral Alcohol. The ENA manufactured in Gelephu Distillery has been found to be of very high quality. Gelephu Distillery has an installed production capacity of about 365,000 cases per annum. All premium brands are blended and bottled in Gelephu.It is responsible for Research & Development and Quality Control Center is located at Gelephu distillery. It is, also, the centre for manufacturing and distribution of flavouring materials and chemicals for AWP. [16][17]

 

 Products:

Bhutan Deluxe Rum 42.8%

Dragon Deluxe Rum 42.8% Manufactured by Galephu Distillery (a unit of Army Walfare Project)

Coronation Silver Jubilee 42.8%

Super Apsoo XXX Rum 42.8%

 

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Samtse Distillery / Army Welfare Project

 

Samtse Distillery / Army Welfare Project

 Year established: 1981

 Year closed:

 Owner: Armed Forces of Bhutan

 Web page: http://www.awp.com.bt/

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 Type of still:

 Production capacity: 10 million cases per year

 Location: Samtse

 History:

The Army Welfare Project was established in 1974 with the aim of creating employment and post service benefits for ex-servicemen. The first distillery was established in Gelephu in 1976. The AWP expanded, leasing the Samdrup Jongkhar distillery from Namdik Enterprises in 1979 and the Samtse distillery from Bhutan Central Distillers in 1981.

 

Samtse distillery has an installed production capacity of over 10 million cases per annum. The distillery blends and bottles brands like Black Mountain whisky, Bhutan rum, gin and liquers.[16][17]

 

 Products:

XXX Bhutan Rum 42.8%

 

 

Buthan Deluxe Rum 42.8%   

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