Bain's Cape Mountain Whisky

70cl / 43%
  • Single Grain South African Whisky
Bain's Cape Mountain Whisky
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Bain's is the first South African single grain whisky, made in Wellington at the James Sedgwick distillery. Bain's has made an impressive debut in the UK, picking up a Gold Medal at the International Wine & Spirits Competition in 2010 and a Silver at the International Spirits Competition before crowning that with the title of World's Best Grain Whisky at the World Whisky Awards.
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Bain's Cape Mountain Whisky Reviews

24 Customer Reviews

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  • 5
    27 August

    I enjoyed Johnny Walker Black before they dropped it to 80 proof - a huge mistake. I have looked for an affordable whiskey that was 86 proof or more and found it - today. Fortunately I bought 3 bottles. It is nice, smooth, full -bodied. Glad I found it. Full marks SA.

  • 5
    29 June

    I haven't drank this dram for quite a while. That is good because I have a better appreciation for whisky now. I love Peaty whiskies so have been enjoying Laphroaig 10yrs and Three Ships 10yr and 5 yr. It is nice to have something on the other side of the spectrum than my love for peat, and this is where you strike gold with Bain's. Can't escape the sweet smooth vanilla/buttery taste, which is awesome, and then the it goes to the back of my tongue, the more "traditional" whisky taste blends in with it. Yes, I am South African and biased towards this whisky, but good is good ;) This whisky is made by the same guy who makes the Three Ships range in the same distillery/winery, so for real value for money you have to try the Three Ships range too.

  • 5
    27 April

    Toffee, vanilla and coconut on the nose, a little raspberry fruit comes through giving a"coconut ice" sweet flavour which is smooth, warm and pleasant

  • 5
    19 February

    I love Whisky and this is one of the best I've ever had. Although strictly speaking it's more bourbon than whisky with its burnt oak and vanilla undertones. Sat here sipping as I type and the after glow is second to none. No better way to finish your day.

  • 5
    14 February

    Something different. Difficult where to place or compare to because it's not trying to replicate what Scotland or American whiskies do. It's made of grain and its sunny in south african - I really think you can taste that. Verdict Floral and soft fade. Usual for a whisky Very good entry level that is crowd pleasing.

  • 4
    28 June 2017

    Not your usual whisky! This is more of an after dinner whisky in my opinion. And definitely add water or ice. I enjoyed it thoroughly, but the flavor threw me for a loop. Very very bold notes of fruit followed by licorice. Heavy body. More like a brandy or digestif in it's delivery. Very impressive and enjoyable but not a gift for someone who doesn't like to explore, has an open mind, or says they know and love all whisky but are only thinking of Scotch, Irish or American.

  • 5
    7 April 2017

    Got the first bottle through the club about a year ago. Ordered next two from London. Found it in the states. Bought five more bottles. Obviously I don't care for this whiskey.

  • 5
    29 April 2016

    Very enjoyable,our daughter and son in law brought us it back from their holiday.It has a beautiful easy to drink taste

  • 5
    18 February 2016

    Normally only drink bushmills but this is one of the best, serve with a blocks of ice

  • 5
    19 December 2015

    Smooth well rounded and best drank neat with ice.

  • 3
    1 December 2015

    Tastes like 18 year single malt whisky from Scotland.

  • 5
    31 August 2015

    A real surprise, smooth and very drinkable - a recent convert to Grain Whisky - this is up there with the best and will be bought and bought again. Buttery tones come through, silky texture, with a lite bite at the finish.

  • 4
    18 August 2015

    One of the best drinking whiskies i''ve tasted, but a bit too much toffee.

  • 5
    24 March 2015

    One of the most unusual whiskeys I have ever tasted but definitely one of my favorites! Warm, smooth, buttery with distinctive toffee and caramel notes. This whiskey goes great with chocolate and desserts. Try it, you''ll love it!

  • 5
    28 February 2015

    Wonderful the only whisky I really like. But hey look at my name!

  • 3
    13 February 2015

    This whiskey taste like Canadian whiskey,Rye which Is much cheaper good with ginger ale or coke.

  • 5
    9 July 2014

    One of the most unusual whiskeys we have ever tasted and now our favorite! Wonderful flavor that goes extremely well with chocolate or dessert.

  • 2
    9 July 2014

    Bainskloof and the surrounding wellington area is a special place for me.Single malt whiskey is a drink I really enjoy.SO to find a Smooth Whiskey like Bain's encompassing the warm ,sunny Cape Boland( which is essentially a wine region) has been quite a find.I guess it comes a no surprise that it is an award winning whiskey as the ingredients must be top quality from the fertile region of the Cape

  • veetee500 14 June 2014

    Just visited South Africa, the food was a complete surprise. So good, such high standards and then I found Bains Whisky. A superb whisky that easily compares with the best Scotch Malt whiskies. Well done South Africa, you guys don't know what you have there. The tourist capital of the world I think...

  • Ray H 13 April 2014

    I just visited South Africa. I think Bain is now my favorite choice in whiskey

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