Bain's Cape Mountain Whisky
(James Sedgewick Distillery)
Also from James Sedgwick Whisky Distillery
Whisky or Whiskey
What's in a name? Bain's Cape Mountain Whisky is called whisky because it's produced in South Africa. Were it from America it would be spelled Bain's Cape Mountain Whiskey, rather than whisky.
Bain's Bottling Note
Introduced in 2010, Bain's Cape Mountain whisky is the first ever South African single grain. They make it in Wellington, and it's named after the man that built the first road there. This stuff is very good indeed!
Absoluetly stunning session whisky equally suited for daytime dramming as for evening escapes. Delicious drop with all you expect from quality grain whisky: gorse/coconut, vanilla, Juicy Fruit, wafers... yum.
My daughter Fiona and son in law who bbrought me a bottle of baines for xmas in 2012 while visiting the UK.This whiisky is the finest I( have ever tasted and as I am from Scotland and like to think I know a little about the 'amber nectar'can only say again that its the finest ever to have crossed my palate.
This is an absolutely delicious whisky - vanilla, coconut, really creamy texture and of course - banoffee pie! One of my all-time favourites, and for £26, it is amazing value.