Pretty chuffed by such a rare honour, the team behind Blue Duck Rare Vodka wanted to celebrate by creating our own ‘Top 10’ list of New Zealand’s rarest places to enjoy a Blue Duck Rare Vodka cocktail. Vote for your favourite and be in to win a weekend for four to spot the endangered Blue Duck in the wild! The prize experience of a lifetime includes a self-drive round trip from Auckland in a low-emission BMW X4, wild food catering and accommodation for two nights at the Blue Duck Lodge in Ruapehu District, a thrilling jet boat ride to the magical Bridge to Nowhere and a heli-picnic accompanied by cocktails and a bit of rare ornithology with an expert.
The promotion runs from 20 April to 29 May 2015, no purchase is necessary to enter or win. Prize is drawn 1 June 2015 and includes:
– Flights for four to Auckland
– A low emissions BMW to self-drive on a roundtrip from Auckland to Ruapehu
– Two nights’ accommodation and meals at the Blue Duck Lodge
– A jetboat ride to the Whanganui River
– A Precision Helicopter trip
– A wild food picnic
– A Simply Pure Rarified Spirits hamper
Terms and conditions apply and can be found in full at blueduckwin.com, where you can vote for your favourite Rare Place to have a Rare Drink and enter, or on the tab at Facebook.com/blueduckvodka.
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About Blue Duck Rare Vodka
Inspired by the extremely rare and endangered New Zealand blue duck (Hymenolaimus malacorhynchos), Blue Duck Rare Vodka is a super-premium spirit that is handcrafted, batch-distilled in a reflex copper pot still and blended with the purest water in the world to produce a velvety smooth texture and a highly distinctive and incomparable taste.
Simply Pure Rarified Spirits, the company behind creating Blue Duck Rare Vodka, also make Black Robin Rare Gin. A percentage of profits from each bottle of both brands are donated to the Royal Forest and Bird Protection Society of New Zealand, an organisation dedicated to the preservation of rare birds for future generations.
Described by Shortlist magazine January 2015 as “Distilled an improbable seven times to ensure a silky-smooth finish, the Blue Duck owes its clean, crisp flavour in part to the water source of its New Zealand home – claimed to be amongst the cleanest in the world.”
In 2014, Blue Duck also waddled off with a double gold from the San Francisco Spirit Awards, remarkably only achieved by receiving a unanimous 100% from 40 internationally renowned judges, and was also awarded gold on the USA’s Fifty Best Imported Vodka list 2014.