English Whisky Co. Chapter 6

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Chapter 6 is the official release of proper three year old unpeated English single malt whisky from Norfolk's St. George's distillery, which has become a phenomenon following recent media coverage.
Whisky Bible Awards 2014: 96 Points
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English Whisky Co. Chapter 6 Reviews

9 Customer Reviews

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  • 4
    12 June 2017

    I love it!...Very sweet and light - yet punchy enough to leave your tongue tingling with subtle flavours of pears, vanilla, honey and lemongrass (to name but a few!)...I prefer it without water, but it also drinks well with a few drops added. Makes you proud to be English!

  • 3
    25 December 2014

    So much better than I expected. Excellent taste and texture. A warm and fulfilling experience.

  • 4
    20 September 2014

    I agree with Matt: try this with a single ice cube and it becomes richer, more aromatic. Overall, a nice young whisky which reminds me somewhat of Penderyn from Wales, and Brukswhisky from Sweden.

  • 5
    23 June 2014

    By far the best English Whisky I have ever tried, complex nose and flavours of bananas and nuts. Long finish. Bought it on the strength of its 96 point rating and was not dissapointed.

  • Johnny Norfolk 11 May 2013

    For a 3 year old whiskey it is fantastic.Buy and enjoy with confidence. No ice or mixers , its far too good for that.

  • Steve Faulkner 6 November 2010

    I have just picked up my first bottle and I'm really very impressed! Light, airy and full of potiential.

  • Matt 23 October 2010

    I have to agree it is light in taste and no actual kick in any flavours if you drink this neat. However put the ice cube in the glass first, then pour the whisky on top. You will find a transformation in flaours busrting out. I would always recomend trying any whisky neat first then for your second taste put an ice cube in and see if you find any changes.

  • Finnegan 16 May 2010

    No extreme peat levels to distract from the youthfulness of the spirit, just notes of champagne and digestive biscuits,- delightful.

  • ted kewley 12 May 2010

    this whisky light yet not smooth first english whisky i tried would like to know if more chapters