Upshot Hungarian Oak and French Oak Single Cask Whiskies ($250)
The Whipper Snapper team have just released two limited Upshot single cask bottlings, one matured in a new Hungarian oak cask for four years, and the other matured in a new French oak cask for three years.
Corowa Distilling Co. The Dreaded Drop Chardonnay Cask ($195)
An intriguing one from the Corowa team, a peated malt matured in a chardonnay cask and bottled in collaboration with The Whisky Loot.
Nonesuch Single Malt Whisky Double Cask ND28 ($253)
A recently release bottling from Nonesuch Distillery in Tassie. It was initially matured in two 20 litre ex-Bourbon casks and then finished in an ex-red wine cask.
Joadja Paddock to Bottle Single Malt Whisky PX Casks ($149)
The latest paddock to bottle release from Joadja Distillery, matured in proper Spanish PX casks.
148.1 Apera for Everyone! 6 Year Old by The Scotch Malt Whisky Society ($230)
Following on from The Scotch Malt Whisky Society’s first Australian single cask (147.1), 148.1 is an apera cask selection from the New World Whisky Distillery (Starward).
Lark Whisky Bar Series – Death & Taxes and Cobbler single malts ($400)
The collab bottlings are coming thick and fast! Here, Lark Distillery have collaborated with Martin Lange’s Death & Taxes and Cobbler bars in Brisbane. The D&T bottling is from a peated brandy cask and Cobbler’s is a muscat cask finish.
Bakery Hill Eldorado Single Malt Whisky ($185)
The apera finish Bakery Hill we mentioned last month. Released at cask strength and a standard strength, the latter’s still available.