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Bakery Hill Double Wood

(50cl, 46%)

Bakery Hill Double Wood
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Bakery Hill Double Wood Bottling Note

The Double Wood expression from Australian distillery Bakery Hill features single malt whisky which was initially matured in American oak ex-bourbon barrels and finished in French oak casks. This finishing period brings some additional plum and orange peels notes to the table, complimenting the malty notes from the Classic Malt.

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Bakery Hill Double Wood Reviews

Tropical fruit jam on toast

Fresh & inviting with tropical & passion fruit coulis with vanilla icing, orange fondant, custard powder & hints of sweet blossom honey on the nose. Lovely delivery of more sweet aromatic spice & tropical fruit on the mouthfeel, hints of chocolate orange, Victoria sponge cake, mango lassi, yellow plums & crumbled meringue nests that lead to a pleasing zingy finish reminiscent of vanilla spiced tropical fruit salsa. Try if you like bourbon cask influenced Arran, Balblair & Balvenie. The Whisky Flaneur

23rd September 2015

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