A rare (and pricey) inspection of vintage Sullivans Cove bottlings. What did the early years of Sullivans taste like? And what to expect from whiskies distilled in the ‘HH’ era.
The Oz Whisky Review team’s favourite Australian whisky releases of 2020. From single malts, blends, rye and corn whiskies, through to independent and collaboration bottlings, find out which whiskies made our top 10.
The groundbreaking malt house that’s inspiring a whole new vision for Australian whisky making.
On tasting: The Aisling Distillery Series 1 (Tawny) and 2 (Apera) and Headlands Distilling Co. Apera Cask and Muscat Cask.
A first look at the groundbreaking distillery that’s ignited one of the most heated arguments in Australian whisky for decades.
What started as the New World Projects in 2014 has evolved into one of Australia’s most successful whisky programs.
A first taste of Whipper Snapper Wheat Whiskey, a Taylor & Smith sherry cask malt, Lawrenny Ascension and a preview of Kinglake Distillery’s upcoming single malt.
Mixing whisky can be a bizarrely divisive topic. But with another hot Australian summer on the way, will we see more Australian whisky in cocktails and mixed drinks this season?
Clear some room in the stocking. Australian whisky makers have plenty of new releases to explore.
In the Hobart suburb of Moonah, Natalie Smith and Ben Taylor produce some of Tasmania’s most creative whisky and gin.