Whisky Gone A Rye #2
Whisky Gone A Rye #2 is the sixteenth release in our Trials & Exceptions series and is a special edition of our Rye Malt Whisky matured in Australian apera casks. The result of a happy accident, the 100 and 200-litre Australian apera casks that we used to age this spirit were destined for maturing our Single Malt Whisky, but were instead filled with Rye Malt Whisky not once but three times.
Whisky Gone A Rye #2 displays enticing notes of honey-poached peaches, candied figs, vanilla crème brulée, sweet baking spices and lingering oak.
700ml Bottle Size. 51% Alc/Vol
- Pale Malt
- Australian Rye Malt
Australian Apera is a fortified wine similar to Spanish sherry. It's used to season American or French Oak casks, offering a flavour profile that's usually made up of nutty and dried fruit notes like figs and prunes.
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Whisky Gone A Rye #2
Greeted by luscious honey-poached peaches, pecan and ginger snaps. A second visit reveals violets, raisins and toffee apple.
A densely weighted palate filled with plums, candied orange and figs, transitioning into vanilla creme brulee and maple coated muesli.
A long and lingering medley of orchard fruits, beautifully balanced with sweet baking spices and a touch of drying oak.
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Our pale malt speaks to the Australian land where it was grown, delivering tropical fruit flavours with floral overtones.
A regional rye grain grown in the south-eastern states of Australia which is then sprouted and dried to lend complexity and refinement to the whisky, while showcasing flavours of ripe stone fruits.
Australian apera is a fortified wine similar to Spanish sherry. It's used to season American or French Oak casks, offering a flavour profile that's usually made up of nutty and dried fruit notes like figs and prunes.