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Heartwood The Beagle 4 Lark Tasmania Distillery Bourbon Port Sherry Peated
500ml 61.00%
New for March 2107 and the fourth version of Ducket's legendary mash up of 12 barrels from Lark and Tas Distillery. And of course, TD has used a lot of jiggery pokery to get another fine example of Heartwood whisky. Even if he says so himself!

Heartwood We Are Brothers Lark Bourbon Casks
500ml 65.60%
Yes! Finally!! At Long Last!!! I have stock from the wunderkind or enfant terrible of Tassie whisky: Tim Duckett. This time it's all Lark, all bourbon (with a hint of port) and it's all cask strength: 65.6%. Looks like it has Lark 10yo or so spirit in it plus what TD call a good dose of "mongrel".

Heartwood We Are Cousins 2007 9yo Lark Bourbon Casks
500ml 62.40%
The latest and in his very humble words, "the greatest" Heartood to be released, as he decalres, "Physical description, smooth skin, attractive female puff adder that has swallowed a pig. This is a good thing." What the f*&^&K!!

Heartwood We Are Twisted Cousins 2007 9yo Lark Bourbon Sherry Finish
500ml 63.00%
Obviously there are some dark secrets in the Ducket family. But i wonder, which of his many cousins is he referring to? New for March 2017, this undoubted doozy is a bourbon cask matured, sherry finished malt made from two Lark casks. Feisty as always, mouthfilling as always and superb as always.

Limeburners M110 Directors Cut Brandy & Verdelho Cask
700ml 61.00%
Boy does this look good as it is so dark and brooding. This Limeburner has been initially matured in a 200lt American oak barrel that had brandy in it! And then, wait for it...it's undergone further maturation in a French oak cask that once had fortified verdelho in it. How good is that? In their words, "Honey & fruit aromas, intense & complex flavours, full and smooth to finish." Only 249 bottles produced.

Limeburners M209 Peated
700ml 48.00%
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!

Old Hobart Distillery Overeem OHD 105 Port Cask
700ml 43.00%
I was quite surprised when this dram turned up in August. What a treat, especially when there was only 168 bottles released. Generic notes from the distillery, "On the Eye: Deep gold & brassy On the Nose: Intense aromatics, fruit chocolates, caramel, butterscotch, turkish delight, crème brulee, plum pudding rum soaked raisins, hint of cider On the Palate: Creamy texture, sweet and delicately spicy, fruitcake, caramel, liquorice & sweet malt. The Finish: Long. Vanilla bean laced with spiced raisins." Pic indicative only.

Southern Coast Distillers 2009 7yo French Oak Port Cask 14
200ml 50.00%
This could be for the last time. A 7 year old, full French oak single malt from the now fabled Southern Coast Distillers. And this one is a belter. From its deep brooding colour to its massive palate and intensive flavour. This dram just sings. And as with all of Ian & Vic's drams complexity and balance match perfectly with its rich maltiness and its peppery oak. Here are my rough notes, "Big barley sugar, stewed fruits, black pepper, big round full palate, layers of golden syrup/dark honey. dry oak finish, dried spice, cumquats." Just love ya work lads!

TIB Tasmania Distillery 12yo HH177 Bourbon Cask
500ml 46.00%
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 2yo Batch 006 American Oak Port & Sherry Cask
700ml 46.00%
Finally and at long last Ian & Vic's newish venture, Tin Shed Distillery's Iniquity hits the TOWC website. This is Batch 006 and what a doozy it is. My notes to follow, but look out for the mallee root smoke that was used in the malting process. Talk about adding intrigue. In the meantime, the distillery reckons, "Sweet peat and peanuts, much smokier than the nose; charry ashes, smoked mint toffee; gets much smokier in the palate, sweet and leathery, nutty; smoked apricot jam." PIc indicative only.

Tin Shed Distilling Iniquity Batch 007 American Oak Port Cask
700ml 46.00%
A new Batch for April 2017 and according to the lads, "Possibly our best effort to date, at least to my palate. An absolute cracker!" But they would say that. They did describe it as, " Fruity (apricots and dried oranges), nutty, warming, with hints of mint and honey." and you know my feelings about their abilities, so this really should be a cracker. Made from 2 American oak barrels. And no cracks about 007...I don't want to get sued!

Bains 5yo Cape Mountain South African Single Grain Whisky
750ml 43.00%
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. It’s 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%
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%
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%
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.

Cadenhead Port Dundas 1988 20yo Grain
700ml 55.40%
A new grain malt from Wm Cadenhead: such age and such complexity and so very ehtereal. From Cadenhead's tasting team, "Nose: Sugared almonds; sweet icing sugar; perfume. Palate: An initial burst of flavour which then develops into smooth well rounded dram."

Cadenhead Port Dundas 1988 25yo Grain
700ml 46.00%
CLOSED Located in Glasgow, this giant distillery, for its time. Owned by Diageo, the grain spirit was used for many famous bands such as Johnnie Walker and Vat 69. To see a well-gaed example is a treat, especially for its complexity. In Cadenhead's words, "Nose: Lime cordial and sodawater. Lots of ginger, white chocolate and juicy peaches Palate: Ginger beer, lime and lots of fresh vanilla, honeycomb and melted chocolate. Finish: Sweet, fresh and citrusy. A definite summers day whisky."

Cadenhead Single Cask Caledonian 1987 28yo Single Grain
700ml 52.30%
CLOSED DISTILLERY Closed in 1988, this distillery was once the largest grain distillery in the UK. As always, a well aged grain is both highly complex and highly tasty and always unique. Full bourbon cask maturation. From Cadenheads, "Creamy butter, chocolate eclair, caramel and an old fashioned sweet shop." Only 246 bottles released.

Cadenhead Single Grain North British 1985 29yo Sherry Butt
700ml 46.00%
There is a growing band of brothers and sisters who adore well matured grain whiskies, but most malt drinkers are still to find out the joys of aged grain whisky.. And this offering has an added treat: it was fully matured in used sherry butts. In their words, "Dry oily cereal notes with lots of vanilla. Soft delicate finish with Jamaican rum notes. 432 bottle released.

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