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Whisky (Whiskey depending on where it was produced) has become such a popular spirit worldwide over the last few decades, especially since the mid-nineties, that there has been a surge in the number of countires producing it.
Nations such as Ireland, Japan and the U.S.A. have a rich history of whisky production but now we are seeing production in more obscure places such as South Africa, India, France, New-Zealand, England and Holland.
Long may it continue!
English - 70cl / 46%
The first single malt whisky from England in over 100 years. This is a fresh and fruity 3 year old which has peach aromas on the nose. The palate is fresh and quite spirity with a lovely fresh sweetness coming through. The finish is smooth and lasting. Tasting notes courtesy of the English Whisky…
English - 70cl / 46%
The first peated single malt whisky from England. Matured in a first fill American Bourbon cask. The nose is fresh with a hint of smoke. The palate is sweet with apple and honey flavours. Peaty with peppery notes coming through. The finish is woody Tasting notes courtesy of the English Whisky Comp…
Indian - 70cl / 46%
A really tasty Indian single malt. The nose is bitter-sweet with liquorice, toffee and honeycomb aromas. The palate shows an outstanding richness and has an enormous barley-oak sweetness. Very fruity with liquorice and molased sugar flavours. Tasting notes courtesy of Amrut Distilleries Limited
Indian - 70cl / 50%
A mixture of 25% peated Scottish barley and 75% unpeated Indian malt. Fresh oak on the nose waith a hint of vanilla. The palate is fruity with sublime peat. Intially fruity and transcending to shear delicacy of fruity peaty notes. A superb whisky Voted Indian Whisky of the Year in Jim Murray's 2010…
Grain Whisky - 70cl / 40%
This whisky shows an exceptional interaction between spirit and wood to produce a mix of toffee, floral and vanilla aromas and flavours with a hint of spice softened by sweet undertones. Warm with a exceptionally smooth finish. Tasting notes courtesy of James Sedgwick Distillery, South Africa.