Spring Bay Tasmanian Whisky Single Ex-Tawny Rheban 58% 700ML
Tasmanian Single Malt Whisky cask strength aged in ex port barrel.
The name derived from the majestic 1500 acre sheep station just south of the distillery. Rheban overlooks Maria Island and a beach of the same name.
Nose: Sweet and complex aromas suggest butterscotch and Christmas muscatels.
Palate: Sweet caramel syrup and plum pudding spices join a clean, bright
alcohol explosion which spreads across the palate to settle in and glow with some soft oaky tannins.
Finish: Hints of cherry cordial and some nutty undertones that clearly displays
the quality of both the spirit and the wood in developing harmony.
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 are poached gently to extract the sweet fig aroma, essence, and earthiness.
The fresh fig aromas and gin botanicals are immediately pr...
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...
Tart Davidson Plum and Rosella are balanced by sweet Aussie oranges and a hint of Tasmanian Pepperberry.
Add a splash of soda for an easy Aussie spritz, or combine with a generous pour of sparkling wine and plenty of ice for a cool cocktail that will see you through a hot summ...
A distinctively Aussie Version of an Italian favourite. This bitter apéritif is made from Native Australian botanicals and citrus peels left over from the pressing of fresh orange and lemon juice.
Characterised by forward sweetness followed by a deep, earthy bitterness and hints...
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...