Fleurieu Distillery - Signal to Noise Single Malt Whisky - South Australia 51% 700ML
Award: Gold Medal – Craft Spirit – American Distilling Institute Awards 2020
“All the while the world is turning to noise
Oh the more that it's surrounding us
The more that it destroys
Turn up the signal
Wipe out the noise
Send out the signal deep and loud…”
Peter Gabriel – ‘Signal To Noise’
In the dark days of World War II the signal to noise ratio was crucial in order to transmit messages. If the white noise was too loud the true signal of the message was easily lost. Today the urban dictionary plays on that concept to describe people who say a lot but don’t have a lot to say…
As you navigate these difficult times we hope this delicious dram will assist you to turn up the signal and wipe out the noise.
Limited to 700 hand-numbered bottles. This Apera expression is a vatting of six 100L first fill barrels.
On the nose: Vanilla, hazelnuts, cinnamon and spices.
On the palate: The vanilla becomes more pronounced as tones of hazelnut praline layered with toffee shards and maple cream. Ghosting hints of allspice and cocoa linger suggestively on the finish to make a delightful winter’s evening dram to indulge on in front of an open fire.
Gin made at the Glen Ewin Estate Adelaide Hills (South Australia).
Willa, the owner of the farm owns 12000 fig trees. 25 years chemical free, Estate grown Figs poached gently to extract the sweet fig aroma, essence, and earthiness. The gin botanicals and spirit show early on the nose with all ...
This is a stripped down version of the classic Italian Amaretto, but with an Australian twist!
To make it, White Possum smash apart Australian grown bitter almonds (a by-product of the apricot industry), cook and infuse them in spirit for weeks. This is where they get that big bold marzipan fl...
Botanicals: 11 including 3 local botanicals (Native Bush Pepper, Lemon Myrtle, Tasmanian Wattleseed).
Botanicals are steeped for 24 to 48 hours then additional Juniper and Liquorice Root are vapour infused in the neck of our copper pot still...
Farm distillery. Knocklofty makes its own ethanol from raw sugar.
Knocklofty Garden Gin is made with seasonal, surplus fruit and berries rescued from local gardens and farms. The fruits and berries are steeped in their gin to provide a unique, natural taste.
We took out the citrus and substituted quince, aromatic, but in a slightly different way. We grow quinces, but not so much citrus here in Lenswood, the apple capital of the Adelaide Hills.
Backed up by a pure Juniper note, juniper is essential for a gin, and supported by a blend of ...