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Overeem Port Matured (Cask Strength)

(70cl, 60%)

Overeem Port Matured (Cask Strength)

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Tasmanian Single

Overeem Port Matured CS Bottling Note

Matured in a single Port cask that has been cut down into a quarter cask (100 litre), this intense Tasmanian single malt is full of dark juicy fruit and spice character and bottled at cask strength.

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Overeem Port Matured (Cask Strength) Reviews

Hank W, Australia
7th August 2021
First Class
The best whisky to come out of Australia - ever.!
toza t, Australia
28th May 2016
My first favourite Tasmanian.
Candy and nuts and burnt glace citrus fill the mouth like oil rolling into the crevices.
Barley sugar fades away.
Never turn this down!
Master of Malt Customer
28th October 2014
Best Cask Strength I have ever tried, and I try to try a lot of them. Well done Tasmania, in my opinion, the best Whisky region of the World.
Master of Malt Customer
11th November 2013
No Wonder Jim Murray gave this a liquid gold award!
Nose: A very different aroma meets the nose than from the lower ABV version. This time around, it's cracked hard caramel, a touch of butterscotch sauce, roasted walnuts and freshly turned earth, alongside wafts of fresh pine smoke.

Palate: The higher strength brings an explosion of bold flavours: a distinct toasted nuttiness, some bitter dark chocolate , a touch of espresso coffee, liquorice root, flambeed orange peel and creme brulee topping. Think after dinner complexity, from that of an XO Cognac or Armagnac and you're in the same ballpark. With water, the perfume notes and a lighter orchard fruit note balance with the bolder flavours from above and you're left with something altogether exceptional.

Finish: Lingering notes of liquorice, orange zest and toasted malt.

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