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AUSTRALIA
Bakery Hill Classic Malt
500ml 46.00%
  Ret
POA
     
This is very impressive, very impressive. Those that know me, know that I'm not a great fan of small cask matured whiskies. BUT tasting David's entry level Classic malt, just confirms in my mind that David is on the right track. His distilling skills, oak management and maturation abilities and importantly the style of his malts is spot on, and just gets better with every new release. This malt is classically malty (as all whiskies should be), crisply intensive and the malt flavours just hang around for what seems an eternity. Look out for the magic oak spice on the nose. Great stuff. (pic is a representation only)

 
Bakery Hill Double Wood
500ml 46.00%
  Ret
$200.00
   
David Baker's combo malt, where he matures his spirit in 2nd fill bourbon barrels and used French oak casks...and what a dram he gets at the end. Smelling more grainy than the Classic, more fresh grain than malted, there's also a load of vanilla, coconut, dried fruits and kitchen spice flavours coming off as well. The French oak spice marries perfectly with creamy cereal flavours on the palate. And once again this malt just fill every crevice of your palate. And once again, the flavour just hangs around for ages. (pic is a representation only)

 
Bakery Hill Peated Cask Strength
500ml 60.00%
  Ret
$220.00
   
It amazes me that the increase in alcohol is not just "an increase in alcohol" attack on the palate. Cask strengths just have a habit of reavealing more complex flavours and textures than their softer cousins. And this cracker from David Baker is no exception. The peat is intensified, there's an earthiness and cherry/berry flavours not seen in the 46% and on the palate it is just explosive. And it's all in balance as there is plenty of creamy oak and malt to balance up the high strength alcohol. Great stuff David Baker.

 
Bakery Hill Peated Malt
500ml 46.00%
  Ret
POA
     
I never thought I would say this about an Aussie malt...but this is a masterpiece. Soft, pulpy, subtle fruitiness, sweet vanilla oak and then you notice the peat sitting underneath. A distant bonfire, dry and tangy that works really well with this malts quite sweet & rich palate. Very long palate with (once again) a smoky tanginess that hangs around for ages. brilliant stuff and a credit to David's distilling skills. (pic is a representation only)

 
Fleurieu Distillery 3yo First Release Port Cask
700ml 52.00%
  Ret
$380.00
   
I met Gareth Andrews some time ago at a Wheatty function and for a chap who is a self-declared shy person, once warmed up there is no stopping him, especially when the topic turns to whisky. And importantly when it turns to the making of whisky. He was a brewer that felt that whisky making for more important. So he gave up the brewing! His attention to detail, his thorough understanding of the art and process of distilling and importantly the primary role of oak was in a word, breathtaking. So this is his first release and what a joy it is. This 3yo is all about softness, texture, balance, maltiness and just the right amount of oak. And it has it by the bucket loads as it is so rich and textured. There's hints of cinnamon, soy sauce, soft citrus fruitiness and lingering barley sugar flavours. And I thank the the supreme whisky deity that he bottled it at 52%. Only 600 bottles produced.

 
Fleurieu Distillery Rubicon Lightly Peated Port Cask
700ml 55.00%
  Ret
$250.00
   
This is Gareth Andrew's second release and with it, he introduces peat into his whisky for the first time. He describes it as lightly peated and i couldn't agree more. The peated grain I believe is sourced from the UK while Aussie port casks (American oak based) are used for the maturation. All in all it's a ripper combination of Gareth's finely tuned, fruity spirit with some richly fruited port oak flavours. He describes it as having, "smoky maple and baked vanilla" characters. Nice one GA.

 
Gift Voucher for $100
700ml 100.00%
  Ret
$100.00
   
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Gift Voucher For $150
700ml 100.00%
  Ret
$150.00
   
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Gift Voucher For $200
700ml 100.00%
  Ret
$200.00
   
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Gift Voucher For $250
700ml 100.00%
  Ret
$250.00
   
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Gift Voucher For $50
700ml 100.00%
  Ret
$50.00
   
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Heartwood @#$%^&* 2006 10yo Tasmania Distillery Port Sherry Finish
500ml 62.50%
  Ret
$400.00
   
It's all about dinosaurs and asteroids. So what is Duckett on about!? !? But hey, take a look at the age of this, an Aussie 10yo! Very limited.

 
Limeburners M209 Peated
700ml 48.00%
  Ret
$290.00
   
A very limited release from the chaps at Great Southern Distillery. A relatively young whisky with a very moderate dose of peated malt. The malt is grainy and crunchy, the oak being American, delivers a good dose of creaminess to the nose but the peat doesn't show until you get it on the palate. Great length, lively spirit with a touch of saltiness, crisp malt and then you get the gentle dryness of the spicily smokiness of the peat. And there is a nice touch of lingering honey sweetness at the end. Nice one!

 
TIB Tasmania Distillery 12yo HH177 Bourbon Cask
500ml 46.00%
  Ret
$300.00
   
What a way to start a brand new Aussie Independent bottler, by bottling on of the most sought after whskies in Oz: Heartwood! Plus it's well aged and all matured in ex bourbon casks. This is one bottler you really are going to have to keep an eye on in the future. Exciting times are ahead. And TIB? It's Tasmanian Independent Bottlers, of course.

 
Tin Shed Distilling Iniquity 3yo Batch 005 Peated American Oak Sherry Cask
700ml 46.00%
  Ret
$230.00
   
From Ian & Vic, "The malt was smoked using peat from the Parawa area south of Adelaide and classic South Australian mallee wood. This whisky is a winter warmer, but it is definitely at its best after being warmed in the hand. Don't make the mistake of drinking it cold or on ice."

   
Tin Shed Distilling Iniquity Batch 008 Peated American Oak Port Barrel
700ml 46.00%
  Ret
$200.00
   
New for July 2017. And best of all, it's heavily peated. Yep, an Aussie whisky has finally cracked the big smoke league. In Ian Schmidt's words, "Palate: Rich, rounded, smoky then slightly minty, fruity and oily, all gently wood smoked. Comment: The richness is typical and the smoke isnít obvious in the nose, yet builds to show up most in the tail of the palate and in the finish as distant campfire smoke. " Pic indicative only.

 
GRAIN
Bains 5yo Cape Mountain South African Single Grain Whisky
750ml 43.00%
  Ret
$115.00
   
Well this is a first for me! It comes from the James Sedgwick Distillery, part of the Distell group (famous for Amarula Cream and now owners of Burns Stewart) in South Africa. While founded in 1886, it has only been making whisky since 1990. This single grain, coming off a column still, has certainly attracted some worldwide attention. Itís been called lively & attractive, while being loaded up with toffee and vanillin oak. Others have called it unusual but wonderful. World Whisky Awards Best Grain Whisky 2013.

 
Cadenhead Cameronbridge 1989 19yo Grain
700ml 59.40%
  Ret
$145.00
   
A new grain whisky from Wm Cadenhead and look at it's age. So very highly complex. In thier words, "Nose: Buttery, fudge, leather and sweet. Palate: Dry, yet smooth and sweet. "

   
Cadenhead Creations 1989 26yo Light Creamy Vanilla Vatted Grain
700ml 57.70%
  Ret
$199.00
   
The name says it all! In Cadenhead's words, "A glorious balance of sweetness and spice, honeycomb and fruit loaf. This dram is so elegant it's a perfect dram from the seasoned drinker to the beginner," From Dave Broom, "Thick and palate-hugging, with just enough drying oak on the sides. It does need water though, which smooths things out considerably, allowing fudge and condensed milk (and sealing wax) to come through. 7.8pts."

 
Cadenhead North British Grain 1989 24yo Bourbon
700ml 46.00%
  Ret
$159.00
   
Aaaah! The joys of a well aged grain whisky. It's not for veryone, but once you have tasted their superb complexity...you'll be hooked. From Cadenhead's tasters, "Nose Lots of toffee, melted butter, white chocolate and hints of ginger. Palate Thick and chewy vanilla ice cream, some biscuity notes and lots of caramel notes. Finish Following the intense creamy toffee notes more of the spices emerge, particularly ginger and cinnamon with sparkling lemon notes." Only 240 bottles produced.

 
 
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