The distinctive, black Four Star Brandy bottle appeared in circulation around 1950. The bottle – like the double pot distilled brandy it holds within – has altered little since. This curiously squat, ridged bottle has a certain charm. Since its introduction it has graced many a bar, sideboard and dinner table. The name and ownership may have changed over the years, but Black Bottle’s quality and consistency have remained the same.
A mellow bouquet gives way to a palate that’s smooth, round, and framed in vanilla and lifted spice. Careful blending from selected batches gives a delicate complexity that has won this Australian icon many awards. To be relished neat or on the rocks.