Gulliver’s 47 Whisky 70cl

English Whisky • 70cl • 47%
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Country English Whisky
Distillery/Brand Samuel Gulliver & Co
Style Single Malt Whisky
Maturation Bourbon

Gulliver’s 47

A gently peated English single malt, Gulliver's 47 is distilled in Norfolk by The English Whisky Company using Concerto barley grown in East Anglia. The whisky has been aged in bourbon casks from Jim Beam, which haven't been broken down and rebuilt. The brand is inspired by Samuel Gulliver (a real person, rather than the fictional explorer), who explored the world in pursuit of wines, spirits and liqueurs, and brought them back to 18th century Britain. Gulliver's 47 was then launched eight generations later by his descendant Stuart Gulliver, carrying on the legacy. It's also bottled at 47% ABV, which is rather handy.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose Cinnamon loaf, toasty oak, vanilla sponge and candied citrus with creamy malt and a whisper of peat smoke.

Palate Apples and pears, slightly burnt toast and butter, more creamy vanilla and floral malt.

Finish A gently spiced finish with lingering notes of bonfire smoke.

Winner of 3 spirit awards

Master
Master
European Single Malt - Super Premium - 2020
The World Whisky Masters (The Spirits Business)
Gold
Gold
Worldwide Whiskey - Single Cask - 2020
International Wine & Spirit Competition
Gold
Gold
World Whisky – Ultra Premium - 2019
The Luxury Masters (The Spirits Business)

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Reviews for Gulliver’s 47
Very nice 😊
Maybe young but complete.
Peat taste is intense and long and this is what I like 😃
Calvito , United Kingdom
one month ago
Flavourless
Tastes of new make spirit and not much else. Clearly very young. Sorry!
Kristian , United Kingdom
2 months ago
Lacks character.
Don’t know how old this whisky is but the colour is very pale and suggests to me it has not been in the barrel long. There is a slight peaty flavour but little else that I could pick out. It lacks character and a personal identity.
John C , United Kingdom
one year ago
Very very good.
Hello,
I bought this when I was in Bath UK in Feb 2020.
This Whisky has blown me away.
It is the best single malt with heavy peat and the after swill is amazing.
Well done.
Cheers
Deryck. Perth, Australia.
Deryck C , Australia
3 years ago
A surprisingly sumptuous hidden gem - phenomenal
I love sipping on a couple of large drams of this whisky on a Sunday evening (am doing so right now!) ... it’s incredibly more-ish and seems to get better with every glass. Anyone who believes English whiskies can’t rival their Celtic competitors think again - I 100% recommend this blend to all whisky lovers. Have an open mind and get stuck in ... cheers!

Rob Douglas
Master of Malt Customer
4 years ago
... you can guess my rating!
Personally I was delighted to taste these whiskies with Stuart and Fergus at St. John, then again it's all in the glass and in my surname, we have not been let down....
Trevor Gulliver
C0-Proprietor
St. John
Smithfield
London
Master of Malt Customer
4 years ago
One for the Ages - Must Buy
I first tried Gulliver's 47 at Glastonbury Festival the other day and never have I fallen in love with a drink so fast. This single malt whisky had a wonderfully smooth crescendo of taste that culminated in a lovely smokiness that lingered on the tongue and had me craving for more.
I love the brand's history and heritage. One sip really made me feel like I was taking a step back into 1747. It is great to see such a traditional English brand take on a market dominated by Scottish whiskeys (who should definitely keep a keen eye on this new, serious player).
In conclusion, I cannot recommend Gulliver's 47 enough to both amateur and expert in the world of whisky and I can't wait to see what Samuel Gulliver and Co do next.
Alex B , United Kingdom
4 years ago