What's in a name? Sullivan's Cove Double Cask whisky is called whisky because it's produced in Australia. Were it from America it would be spelled Sullivan's Cove Double Cask whiskey, rather than whisky.
Nose: Red wine gums, dark chocolate and a lingering herbaceousness.
Palate: Sweet milk chocolate and roasted malt.
Finish: Fresh oak with an underlying fruitiness.
Overall: A good showing from a new distillery!
23rd December 2012