Rare Pear is a genuine Romanian product, its uniqueness coming from the preparation method. It is a 52% alcohol drink whose flavour is given by a pear which has grown inside the bottle until it ripened. The pear flavour enriches the drink and has become the best ambassador of the Bujoru pear orchards.
Born from the passion of a handful of people.
In the southern part of Romania, close to the Danube River.
Strong. The fruit guarantees an authentic taste.
We have managed to impress quite a lot of customers. See more below...
If you're curious about how it al began.
Not long ago, in 2010, standing in the garden and admiring the pear orchard, the idea of using pears in a special way took root in our heads. In a short while, through hard work and passion, the idea has turned into reality.
After a few discussions with our designer and a market survey, we have reached the conclusion that Rare Pear reflects the passion and effort that guided us from the very beginning and made it all possible.
This genuine natural drink represents the best nature has to offer. The ripened pear inside the bottle certifies once more the natural ingredients and adds a specific flavour.
Located in the southern part of the country, midway between Giurgiu and Turnu Magurele, close to the Danube River, in Bujoru.
In other words, we like to take any opportunity to talk about this beautiful country of ours, all the places worth visiting, the variety of landforms and many others. That's the reason we have decided to add the current section to our website.
In addition to the list of tourist attractions below, we invite everyone to visit the southern part of the Romanian Plain, between Giurgiu and Turnu Magurele, a true fairyland with lush vegetation bordered in the south by the mighty Danube River.
Blessed with a mild sub-meditarranean climate, fresh air, soil suitable for horticulture and diversified flora and fauna, this region has everything one could wish for. The visitors will surely remember this land as well as the quality of the pears grown here whenever they drink a glass of Rare Pear.
Horses running free on a plateau in the Western Carpathians – Piatra Craiului and Vladeasa.
Also known as Hunyadi Castle, this medieval structure is located in Hunedoara and is considered to be one of the most beautiful castle in the world.
The Horses Waterfall, The Merry Cemetery of Sapanta and a famous narrow-gauge steam train called Mocanita are just a few of the attractions awaiting for you.
The summer residence of the former kings, this castle was commissioned by Carol I, the first and the longest ruling king of Romania. Its exquisite beauty and its historical value makes Peles Castle one of the most important structure of its kind in Europe.
Created by Constantin Brancusi, this sculpture is part of the Structural Ensemble located in Targu Jiu (Endless Column, Table of Silence and Gate of the Kiss).
Our success is measured by the people's reaction. Plenty of happiness. And the story goes on...