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Great Southern Distillery Limeburners Barrel M35 Single Malt Whisky (700ml)
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- ABV 43%
Great Southern Distillery, the first of it's kind in Western Australia is located in the picturesque coastal town of Albany. Whiskies are produced in stills made by Hobart's Knapp Lewer Boiler & Engineering Services, a company quickly gaining a reputation for their craftsmanship, particularly on the back of the outstanding quality whiskies their stills have produced in several other Australian distilleries.
Great Southern's whisky is marketed as 'Limeburners', named after an area nearby the distillery where lime burning took place in convict times. The whiskies are matured primarily in ex-Brandy oak, with the occasional ex-bourbon and experimental cask used. This is the third release from Great Southern and we believe the best yet. With the Australian whisky industry on the cusp of a boom period, one should consider the astonishing prices first and early releases of Scottish whiskies are now achieving.
Tasting Note: Matured in a shaved, refired ex-Bourbon barrel. Pale gold colour with very pale gold hue. Malty, sweetish, spicy top notes. Dried florals, plum and manuka honey, minty hints emerge, slight salty tang. The palate is on the lighter side; soft and supple, initially malty, showing spice, dried fruits and nuts, the back palate shows flavours reminiscent of Christmas fruit mince pies, and a touch of vanilla emerging while the spice persists. Excellent balance. Good length, the fruit mince pie and nut flavours linger.
159 bottles produced.
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