The entry level release from Tasmania's Hellyers Road distillery. Named after the 'Roaring Forties' winds which bring in the rainwater used in the production of the whisky, this is matured in American white oak barrels.
A Pinot Noir finished whisky from Tasmania's Hellyers Road distillery. The whisky is first aged in American white oak aged casks and then finished in the wine casks. Said by the producers to '"evoke all the complexities of a Tasmanian rainforest."
Hellyers Road's flagship expression is produced from Tasmanian-grown malted barley, rainwater blown in by the 'Roaring Forties' winds and yeast. This is matured in American white oak barrels for 10 years and is bottled with its natural colour.
A single cask whisky from Sullivan's Cove, a great Australian distillery in Tasmania, that spent the whole of its maturation in a Bourbon cask, eschewing some of the more esoteric woods that often pop up in Australian whisky.
A single cask bottling of whisky from Tasmania's Lark distillery. This is from cask #205 and was distilled by Kristy Lark, daughter of distillery founder Bill, distillery manager and former master distiller.
A French oak, ex-sherry cask matured Australian whisky, distilled and matured at the Old Hobart distillery in Tasmania. More approachable than the cask strength edition, this is still packed full of sherry fruit and spice.
Old Hobart's flagship whisky, aged in 100 litre French oak, ex-port quarter casks. The small casks help the spirit develop more intense flavours, showing off the quality of both the new make and the French oak.
A high proof sherry cask matured whisky from the Old Hobart distillery in Tasmania, packed full of fruit and spice. The casks are made of French oak and are only 100 litres in size, giving the spirit an extra punch of flavour.
Overeem's high strength port cask matured whisky, distilled at the Old Hobart distillery in Tasmania. They use 100 litre French oak quarter casks to mature their spirit which helps develop the whisky's intense flavour.