5Nines Distilling - Single Malt Whisky - Vatted- Lightly Peated - Bourbon Cask PB001 44.2% 700ML
After several years of carefully nurturing in casks, we are delighted to announce the first Single Malt Whisky releases.
The vatted releases are a marriage of complementary casks to create a smooth and well rounded whisky. The whisky is never chill filtered or flocked to ensure a true depth of flavour.
Casks: A marriage of casks 5ND028, 5ND050, 5ND053, 5ND119
Cask Size: 4 x 100 litres
Cask Provenance: Old Forester Bourbon and ex Scotch whisky
Cooper: A Stiller & SA Cooperage
Batch yield: 631 bottles
A gentle, easy drinking whisky experience which has you wanting more
Nose: Sweet peat, vanilla, ferns, honey, sourdough
Palate: Salty, brown sugar, vanilla, butter scotch, salted butter, pears, dark chocolate, orange marmalade, honey, heather flowers
Finish: Lingering saltiness & butterscotch spice
Malt: South Australian gown and malted Pilsner
Peat: 25% 5Nines peated malt, coastal peat sourced from South Eastern South Australia
Fermentation: 7 days
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