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Southern Coast Distillers Batch 001 Museum Release Single Malt Whisky (700ml)
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- ABV 46%
The word is out, unfortunately this little venture is no longer. A formal newsletter was sent to Southern Coast Distillers members on December 4th, 2012 which can be found here.
We have secured some of the final stocks of the Inaugural Batch 001 produced in 2007, and whilst it's hard to decipher whether stocks will fly out the door in light of this news, or experience steady price increases over a period of time, given the reputation, we hint that this may well be one of Australia's first cult distilleries.
170 bottles produced.
Producers notes for Batch 001:
Cask #22 was filled into an American oak port cask, re-made and re-furbished from a larger cask in October 2007. It was botted at 46% in time for the MWSoA 2010 Malt Whisky Awards where it won a credible bronze medal. As this is the first release whisky from a brand new distillery we have classified all 170 bottles as museum stock and we are very happy that our first ever expression won a bronze medal (MWSoA 2010 Malt Whisky Awards).
Other Reviews: (92.5 Points) - (n23) crisp with carrying layers of muscovado sugars; clean (well, a little bit of forgivable wide-ish cut apart, offering haystack barley amongst other delights) yet with a distinct Highland Park style honey and heather; (t24) magnificently crisp, sugar-crusted barley. Some fabulous oils (from that cut) counter the firm, spicy nature; (f22) more spice but with vanilla an cocoa; (b23.5) a hint of bushfire in the barley’ claims the back label. Well, that one’s got me stumped; I pride myself in nosing anything and everything, but that particular aroma has passed me by. Perhaps they mean the heather aroma…? Mind you, I did get pretty close to some scary forest fires near Marseilles nearly 30 years ago, but probably not the same thing….Anyway, back to this fabulous first effort. Wow! Couldn’t ask for more in a study of crisp brown sugar and sweet cocoa. - Jim Murray's Whisky Bible 2013