• High quality digital print
• Printed on 350gsm stock
• Rolled prints are delivered in a postal tube
• Mounted prints are delivered flat in a board backed envelope
• Framed prints carefully secured in bubble wrap and cardboard
The drink of Champions and every student around Ireland. Ohh the memories. Now you can own a Buckfast Label in print with this unique artwork available in various sizes.
Buckfast Tonic Wine
Buckfast Tonic Wine, commonly known as Buckfast or Bucky, is a fortified wine with caffeine, licensed from Buckfast Abbey in Devon, England and distributed by J. Chandler & Company in the United Kingdom and Grants of Ireland in Ireland.
Buckfast is widely drunk in Scotland where it has become associated with the loutish ned culture. Jack McConnell, the former First Minister of Scotland, has labelled the beverage “a badge of pride amongst those who are involved in antisocial behaviour”. The highest retail sales are in Glasgow and the surrounding areas, particularly East Kilbride, Hamilton, Cambuslang, and Coatbridge.
The wine, which is still manufactured using many of the same ingredients, is based on a traditional recipe from France. The Benedictine monks at Buckfast Abbey first made the tonic wine in the 1890s. It was originally sold in small quantities as a medicine using the slogan “Three small glasses a day, for good health and lively blood”.