Old Kempton Single Malt Whisky "The Old Stables" 40.5% 500ML
Mind Spirits & Co. is releasing for the Christmas period a new Single Malt Whisky from Old Kempton Distillery "The Old Stables".
Only 252 bottles are available!
Bottled at 40.5%
Ex-Spicy Sherry 100L Cask & Ex-Pinot 100L Cask from Tasmanian Cask Co. The perfect flavour profile for Christmas time.
Colour – Golden brown.
Soft vanilla, malt & dried fruit on the nose. On the second inspection, cereals & nutty flavours.
Beautiful texture, good integration of the alcohol.
The balance of the whisky is lovely with fruit and intense spices on the finish.
Good length, very persistent on the tongue.
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 ...
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