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It's not just the Americans who can make sour mash whiskey, oh no! The Great Southern Distilling Company in Australia (yes, those chaps behind the ever-popular Limeburners!) have taken inspiration from great bourbons and Tennessee whiskies to create their Tiger Snake Sour Mash Whiskey. It's made with a mash bill of corn, rye and malted barley, which is similar to bourbon. However, as bourbon is generally used as a geographic indicator (like Scotch whisky or "pants" meaning "trousers"), The Great Southern Distilling Company have named this expression Tiger Snake Sour Mash Whiskey, after the fermentation process.
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Loving this! I've been drinking it with over some and loving it. Also accompanying it with a golden ale which is also a great way to drink it! Highly recommend. How have others been enjoying this?
4th November 2016
Must uv hit a bump! This is definitely a 10 all the way around (not the accidental 2 1/2 in my last review).
22nd June 2016
Limeburners recently opened up an outlet in my home town of Margaret River. Having just finished a tour of Tazi and having sampled the full suite from Hellyers Road, The Lark and The Nant (also an excellent whiskey), I wasn't expecting a whole lot from my home state. But I've got to say, Limeburners whole range is pretty special. But this Sour Mash was a stand out. Really smooth, subtle and complex with a long finish. For $140 it is excellent value for a boutique whiskey.
29th November 2015
Yup, this is true bourbon at its best. I simply can't tell you how amazing this bottle was. Well worth the price and the long wait to get it shipped to the US. I have to admit I was cautious and some what skeptical of this aussie sour mash but as soon as I popped the cork, well unscrewed the cap, the sweet aroma of vanilla and hazelnut caught me by surprise and took me back to a simpler time. This is truly a dram that begs for another pour, something you can't put down and something you really won't want to share, but it mixes so well with friends. My thoughts:AROMAVanilla and hazelnut greet the nose with a soft lingering sour scent which invites you in for a drink and is reminiscent of the good ol’ boy flavor of Tennessee Bourbon. TASTELike molasses it coats the palate bursting into deep rich flavors of oats, honey, vanilla and almonds. Water opens nicely muting the wildness of this wilderness whiskey. Caramel and fruit notes become noticeable as the spirit opens. FINISHOn this finish a faint smooth french vanilla cream lingers coating the palate while whispering for another dram. Yes sir, Australians can make one hell of a bourbon. Well done chaps. - Chris @whiskytalks
15th January 2015
Well what can I say.This whiskey has it all.Subtle aromas lively on the palate and incredibly easy to consume.I used to drink gentleman jacks but have seen the light and will not go back.Better still its distilled in Western Australia so im supporting my local rural business.Please try this whisky you will not be dissapointed.
5th October 2014