PWD Super Rush Poppers
PWD Super Rush Poppers was one of the latest blend of poppers from the iconic PWD Brands.
After it’s release in 2013 Super Rush quickly became one of the more sought after poppers blends from the PWD line of products.
Marketed an sold as a nail polish remover, PWD Super Rush Poppers (see image below) had the same yellow and red colors as PWD Rush. The color scheme however was reversed.
The Super Rush blend consisted of isobutyl nitrite and Isobutyl alcohol and was considered to be of high quality.
PWD Super Rush Poppers are no longer available
In mid 2013 PWD Brands stopped manufacturing PWD Super Rush Poppers. All other poppers brands that they had manufactured for close to 40 years also ceased to be available.
There was and is no indication as to why this occurred but many rumors abound. Some suggest that this has occurred because of the death of Joe Miller in 2010.
Joe Miller was the owner of PWD and had committed suicide after a raid by Customs of the PWD facilities in August of 2010.
No additional details were made available about the circumstances of the raid.
After his death the PWD Brand ownership had transferred to his family. Many believe there were issues with licensing the product for manufacturer of Super Rush, Hardware, Rush, Bolt & other PWD Brands which resulted in a stop to all PWD manufacturing.
Rusty Anchor Marketing and PWD Super Rush Poppers
In 2011 Rusty Anchor Marketing, located in Panama, began bottling and importing PWD Super Rush Poppers into the US.
In addition to the speculation regarding the death of Joe Miller and licensing issues many think that Rusty Anchor may have created some problems with Customs.
The future of Super Rush and other popular PWD blends is unknown at this point. One thing for sure though is that the milions of fans that enjoy PWD Brands sure are ready for them to return.