Australia produces some of the world’s finest fortified wines. It’s time for Australian whisky labels to reflect that.
Ahead of the launch of his independent bottling label, Highwayman, Dan Woolley talks about his journey through whisky.
While bars are currently fighting to stay afloat, a whisky bar hop shows us what we might miss.
Pub chat with Dave Broom, one of the world’s leading whisky and spirits writers, on China, Scotch, Australian whisky and Scotchwhisky.com.
The new Gospel Straight Rye Whiskey, the latest addition to Australia’s growing rye whisky movement.
Jane Sawford opens up on regaining ownership of Overeem and the future of Tasmanian whisky.
Exclusive: The Overeem family have regained ownership of the Overeem Whisky brand.
The influence of Scottish single malt looms large over Australian whisky. But increasingly, distillers are looking to the U.S. and taking their cues from progressive Bourbon and rye producers.
In 1992, Tim Duckett met two people who would radically alter his relationship with whisky: Bill and Lyn Lark. From that fateful meeting, Tasmanian Heartwood Malt Whisky, Australia’s leading independent bottler, was born.
Peter Bignell, the founder and sole creative force behind the award-winning Belgrove Distillery, is a complete original, and his distillery can almost certainly lay claim to being the world’s greenest.