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Great Southern Distillery Tiger Snake Batch 6 Australian Whiskey
700ml 43.00%
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$140.00
   
Possibly the first properly made Bourbon style whiskey in Australia and it comes from none other than Cameron Syme's rather excellent Great Southern Distillery in Albany, WA. The mash bill is corn, rye and malted barley and of course the oak is all new American. This is their sixth release, once again loads of vanilla oak and sweet fudge flavours.

 
Great Southern Limeburners M209 Peated
700ml 48.00%
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$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!

 
Great Southern Limeburners M29 Australian Tokay Cask
700ml 43.00%
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$300.00
   
From way out West and now, one of the longer established new style Aussie distillers. Big rich style with plenty of fruitiness from the tokay cask. M29 suggests and early release. Pic available upon request.

   
Hellyers Road 10yo Original
700ml 46.20%
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$150.00
   
An Aussie 10yo standard issue malt. Now I've been waiting for this for some, as I always had my suspicions that some advanced is what the local industry needed. Be warned this is a very crisp and intensive dram, but shows good crisp (there’s that word again) malt flavours, subtle American oak and a moderately lengthy palate. But it has such a lasting, malt driven flavour. There’s hint of “cold steel” in there, I suspect it’s a distillery hallmark, but it doesn’t really detract from the overall pleasant experience.An Aussie 10yo standard issue malt. Now I've been waiting for this for some, as I always had my suspicions that

 
Hellyers Road Port Cask Matured
700ml 48.90%
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POA
     
Slight change of style for Hellyer's, more port fruitiness this time. Pic available upon request.

   
McLaren Vale Distillery Bloodstone Series 1 Chapter 2 Maxwell Fortified Mead Cask
350ml 63.50%
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$850.00
   
There have been some quite big expectations with this new distillery in SA's McLaren Vale wine region. Me thinks that theor good fortune was to have Mr Jock Harvey on board as a supporter, as his access to some highly rare and highly flavoured wine casks has certainly brought the world's attention to this new venture. And I have to say, the sample I've tried there's plenty of big flavours but the underlying spirit is very refined. Note the size of the bottle!! Pic available upon request.

   
Southern Coast Distillers 2006 9yo French Oak TOWC Cask 12
700ml 50.00%
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$600.00
   
I had one opportunity and it was a yes or no situation, "Would I like to bottle some more Southern Coast for the last time?" asked Mr Scmidt. "Hell Yeh!!" Came the instant reply. There are two really great whisky producers in Aust and the old Southern Coast is one of them. Cask 12 is so very Southern Coast. Loads of barley sugar, sweet, lush oak with a hint of citrus. Long palate, intensive but balanced and then the French oak adds a nice surprise of wood spice to this complex whisky. And look at the age! Brilliant stuff Mr S.

 
Southern Coast Distillers 2007 5yo Batch 006 Single Malt Whisky
700ml 46.00%
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$700.00
   
CLOSED DISTILLERY Just been bottled (May 2012) and after 6 different bottlings, the South Coast Distillers can now boast a definite house style...rich fruit cake. The spirit quality is excellent as it is both rich, sweet and clean, and the oak handling is superb. Some rough tasting notes from yours truly: Big lift of violet crumble bars, honeycombe, spicy oak on the nose. The palate is fat, rich but just a tad short, plenty of creamy malt and vanilla oak. The finish is sweet and long lasting, plenty of lingering spiced honey. . Official notes, "Nose: Fruity and nutty; muscovado sugar and sugared peanuts with fresh cut apricots and mandarin. Initially has rum/rockmelon/scorched paper note but deepens into briny walnuts and white oak along with darker fruits; dried apricots. Palate: rum soaked fruit early then chestnuts and smoked almonds kick in along with wine and brine; where the hell does that saltiness come from and the scorched peanuts and the warm walnut skin finish? Finish: Buttery, orange peel, charred/roasted nuts, some wood tannins and furry bitters. Comment: even tastes slightly peated; slightly furry. Just keeps getting better in the glass. Sure as hell isn�t scotch � it�s better!"

 
Southern Coast Distillers 2008 7yo Port TOWC Cask 21
700ml 50.00%
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$600.00
   
What a treat it is to see Southern Coast back in bottle. The company has gone, but soon to rise in another guise but this is the original and from what I tasted, it certainly lives up to its now legendary reputation. This well aged Aussie is a treat. I wouldn't bottle it if it wasn't! Big dark and brooding in colour, classic SCD nose that is so lush and sweet and so well balanced. Once again SCD's famed SA Cooperage American oak casks that have had Aussie port in them, come up a treat: Long palate, intense alcohol, well integrated oak and barley that leave a the palate sweetly malty and oaky with a good dash of mandarin flavours. What treat from one of the past greats of modern Aussie distilling. Ace!

 
Southern Coast Distillers 2010 5yo American Oak Refill TOWC Cask 18.1
700ml 50.00%
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$600.00
   
There are two really great whisky producers in Aust and the old Southern Coast is one of them. Cask 18.1 (how do they come up with these numbers?) is the gentlest out of the trio. Sweet maltiness, hallmark barley sugar flavours with lush vanillin oak, but there is a hint of brazil nuts and citrus fruit flavours. Balanced and long.

 
Southern Coast Distillers 2011 4yo American Oak Port TOWC Cask 20.1
700ml 50.00%
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$600.00
   
There are two really great whisky producers in Aust and the old Southern Coast is one of them. Cask 20.1 is the fruitiest and brightest out of the trio. You can certainly taste the port's pleasing influence on this dram. Rich oak and malt tasting as cream caramel then the oak spice and fruitiness kicks in, it's flowery, citrus fruity. The palate is long and narrow, the alcohol is assertive, you could almost describe it as nervy. Great stuff!

 
Southern Coast Distillers 2011 4yo PX Sherry TOWC Cask 43
700ml 65.90%
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$600.00
   
What a treat it is to see Southern Coast back in bottle. The company has gone, but soon to rise in another guise but this is the original and from what I tasted, it certainly lives up to its now legendary reputation. This is a youngster and for the first time its bottled at cask strength. But as we have seen in the past, a combination of warm temperatures and careful and dare I say, expert oak handling has bought this spirit up a treat. American oak that has had Aussie PX sherry in it with the casks made at SA Cooperage. And the taste? Medium to deep gold in colour (no caramel here!) with a big, luscious sweetly malty nose, chocked up with sweet sherry and SCD's hallmark barley sugar flavours. And then the palate arrives: Again, long, lush and sweet, loads of sherry and Seville orange flavours and creamy malt and oak. The spirit is bright but is held in check by the malt and oak and it just lingers. Big ace from me! Welcome back, dear old friend.

 
Tasmania Independent Bottlers A Renowned NSW Distillery Release 2 TIB005 Sherry Cask
500ml 49.00%
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$320.00
   
The second release of this full flavoured dram, that Tim won't disclose from where it is from. But I have to say the spirit quality is excellent and the sherry cask is quite fruity. Well worth the try. Pic is indicative only.

 
Tasmania Independent Bottlers A Renowned NSW Distillery TIB004 Sherry Cask
500ml 49.00%
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$320.00
   
This is Tim Duckett's other whisky project: sourcing high quality but unique Australian and New Zealand spirits. These spirits are mainly malted barley types but he isn't afraid to use other grains as well. And as you can imagine, Tim's doesn't hold back on revving them up a bit. The TIB bottlings are also produced at a more "manageable" alcohol strength. So which "Renowned Distillery" does this come from? I have no idea :-)

 
Tasmanian Independent Bottlers Redlands Release 2 RD 009 Port Cask
500ml 49.60%
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$350.00
   
From Tim Duckett's other brand, TIB spirit, while still getting some of the infamous or famous Duckett manipulation, TIB is generally a milder form of malt than the Heartwood extravaganzas. But, if you are into rich, fulsome, very well-made drams with plenty of sweet oakey flavours, then this Redlands Port cask is an absolute ripper. Bright and fruity with plenty of Duckett character.

 
Tin Shed Distilling Iniquity 3yo Batch 005 Peated American Oak Sherry Cask
700ml 46.00%
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$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%
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$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 isn�t 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.

 
Tin Shed Distilling Iniquity Batch 009 American Oak Port & Sherry French Oak Port
700ml 46.00%
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$200.00
   
A new release from Ian and Vic in December 2017. What I really like about this one, is the big spicy influence of French oak in the mix. It really does add another dimension to this already complex spirit.

 
 
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