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From the award winning Sullivan's Cove range comes a splendid single malt Tasmanian whisky, matured in the two styles of cask which the distillery makes great use of - American bourbon casks and French oak casks.
Nose: Sweet, spicy nose full of dried fruits: dates, figs, sultanas... This is an enticing, inviting whisky with plenty of creamy vanilla coming through form those bourbon barrels. Winter spice adds depth, and melds beautifully with notes of dried orange and rich honey.
Palate: Gentle palate entry which builds into a crescendo of dried spices, honey and fruitcake. There’s toasted, buttered fruit loaf, plums, hints of brandy and Chai Tea.
Finish: Long, spicy, mouth-filling finish. It fades away on cooked fruit and oak...
Overall: So much complexity that belies its low alcoholic strength – this is a fabulous whisky.
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Enjoyed this very much. As the review says, "so much complexity" -- where to begin? This reminds me a bit of Glendalough whiskey 13 - sort of fruity and spicy at the same time - Go Australia!
11th March 2016
Granted, I'm no professional or long time scotch drinker---was always a wine enthusiast till about an year when I tried my first--a Glenlivet 21. Over in the US, we can't even get a bottle of these Aussies ( I ordered mine from the UK). First impressions---very smooth, light, with an initial taste of sweet milk chocolate. I gotta say---maybe the Tasmanian waters are crisper---but, I really felt a certain "clean" taste in my palatte. Not edgy at all (compared to a Talisker or Caol Ella). Loved it---and cant' wait to go home and have another wee bit tonight.
10th April 2014
23rd December 2012