Kauaʻi’s Koloa Rum Company partners with Las Vegas Raiders on limited-edition rum

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The Koloa limited-edition rum honors the 45th anniversary of the Las Angeles Raiders first Super Bowl in 1977. Photo Courtesy: Koloa Rum Company

The Koloa Rum Company has partnered with the Las Vegas Raiders in the creation of a limited-edition Kauaʻi Reserve Five-Year Single-Barrel Aged Rum with a commemorative bottle and box.

It honors the 45th anniversary of the team’s historic first Super Bowl victory resulting from a 32-14 win over Minnesota in 1977.

Since 2021, Koloa Rum Company has been “The Official Ultra-Premium Rum of the Las Vegas Raiders.”


On Saturday, a presentation was made at Allegiant Stadium during pre-game festivities of the Las Vegas Raiders game against Kansas City.

The official commemorative bottle was unveiled to select Raiders Alumni who played in the championship game and to the thousands of fans in attendance.

Only 300 Single-Barrel bottles and boxes will be sold and are available exclusively in the state of Nevada.


“This exciting collaboration marks our first commemorative product release – momentous for Koloa Rum Company – and we’re happy that we can bring The Spirit of Aloha to Raiders fans on the ninth island,” said Bob Gunter, president and CEO of Koloa Rum Company.

The Kauaʻi Reserve Single-Barrel Hawaiian Rum is artfully crafted in single batches and aged for five years. Koloa Rum is distilled from the finest Hawaiian cane sugar, then carefully aged in charred American white oak barrels at Koloa Rum Company’s distillery in Kalaheo on the island of Kauaʻi. Bottled at cask strength, Koloa Rum Company ensures its Kauaʻi Reserve Aged Rum is of the highest quality, distinctly different and uniquely Hawaiian. 


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