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  ITEMS 241 TO 260 OF 350
         
AUSTRALIA
Great Southern Limeburners M29 Australian Tokay Cask
700ml 43.00%
  Ret
$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.

   
Heartwood Lost Convict Port
500ml 66.00%
  Ret
POA
     
Seems like Tim Duckett is on a roll at the moment as we have had another new release from his Heartwood range come into the warehouse last week. After tasting 7 or 8 work in progress drams with Tim and Chris from Larks we finally arrived at the new Lost Convict. The spirits was sourced from both Larks and Sullivans Cove, but the wood treatment this time comes from old port barrels. Nosing it was a surprise: it appeared to be balanced but subdued. Controversy No 1! Lots of soft sweet malt, crème caramels and subtle dried fruit flavours. And then to the palate: It’s explosive. So back to normal. The spirit is bright and lively, the palate, as usual; is magnificently long, but the explosiveness slowly peters out. And the prime flavours? A unique combination of lusciously sweet maltiness with tangy Chinese five spice. But there is something else in there that I can’t quite put my finger on. But it just lingers and lingers. So to controversy No 2: the audience we showed it to last week was split 50:50. Some absolutely loving it, like me, others just turned their noses up, and that’s putting it mildly.

 
Hellyers Road 10yo Original
700ml 46.20%
  Ret
$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%
  Ret
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%
  Ret
$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.

   
The Grove Experience The Grove Small Batch American Style Australian Spirit
500ml 40.00%
  Ret
$60.00
   
This newish distillery is hails from Margaret River in WA. They produce a wide range of spirits, liqueurs and craft beer.. Part of a note from Connsr, "Oak comes through, with coconut and spices, hints of cinnamon and just the slightest wisp of cherries. Again it tastes just a wee bit young, but is very enjoyable".

 
TIB Tasmania Distillery 12yo HH177 Bourbon Cask
500ml 46.00%
  Ret
$300.00
   
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 3yo Batch 005 Peated American Oak Sherry Cask
700ml 46.00%
  Ret
$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%
  Ret
$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.

 
Whipper Snapper Crazy Uncle 2014 Barrel Aged Australian Moonshine
700ml 43.00%
  Ret
$80.00
   
Moonshine say it all. This is an early release from WA's second distillery, but one dedicated to making American style bourbons in Australia. What is interesting, is that Springbank's very own Frank McHardy is their whisky advisor.. This is new make, aged for 6 months in American oak. And at 40%

 
GRAIN
Bains 5yo Cape Mountain South African Single Grain Whisky
750ml 43.00%
  Ret
$115.00
   
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%
  Ret
$145.00
   
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%
  Ret
$199.00
   
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%
  Ret
$159.00
   
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%
  Ret
$148.00
   
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%
  Ret
$210.00
   
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%
  Ret
$299.00
   
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%
  Ret
$239.00
   
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.

   
Cadenhead Small Batch Cameronbridge 1989 26yo Single Grain
700ml 56.60%
  Ret
$229.00
   
Another in a long line of intriguing aged grain whiskies from Wm Cadenhead. In Mark Watt's words, "The palate delivers a rather nice soft woodiness that gives way to vanilla pods, gingersnap biscuits and lemon icing."

 
Cadenhead Small Batch Invergordon 1972 43yo Single Grain
700ml 48.30%
  Ret
$299.00
   
Here's one for all you Springbank aficionados: this is the distillery where Frank McHardy started his career in whisky production. It was also the home of the stills for Ben Wyvis, which now produce Glengyle in Cambeltown. But aged grains are a treat and in the scheme of things, good value too. Highly complex with a slightly different style to aged single malts as Cadenhead's notes attest to, "Cream, butter, salted popcorn and oatcakes." Matured in 2 x bourbon barrels with an outturn of a remarkable 468 bottles.

 
 
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