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St. Georges Distillery English Whisky Co. 3 Year Old Chapter 9 Single Malt Whisky (700ml)
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- ABV 46%
Established in 2006, the St.Georges distillery was the brainchild of two farmers, James Nelstrop and son Andrew who also designed and built the distillery. Copper stills and equipment were purchased from Forsyths of Rothes, who have been servicing the whisky industry since the late 1800’s. Though ready to retire, legendary Laphroaig distiller, Iain Henderson was commissioned for the initial runs with the first 29 barrels filled in December 2006. Iain has since retired, but before he did, he spent four months training David Fitt, a brewer from Greene King to take over. David is now distillery manager. The venture presently creates both unpeated and peated whisky, as well as having a rolling program of cask trials including x-rum and sherry casks. At three years of age, their 'Chapter 9' release became England's first Whisky to be produced in over one hundred years.
Tasting note: Pale straw / green colour. Aromas of grilled sweet corn, cereals, dried grass and heavy cream linger beneath a wonderfully soft, seamlessly integrated blanket of peat that contributes some sticking plaster notes. Extraordinary complexity at this young age. Palate entry is soft, building into a big, juicy, spicy burst with sticking plaster, cocoa and liquorice strap flavours. Creamy mouthfeel. Concludes fresh and clean with a subtle liquorice bullet fade. Eminently drinkable and utterly moreish whisky. Non chill filtered. 46% Alc./Vol. Stocks are limited.