September whisky releases

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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) – Reviewed here

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) – Reviewed here

The apera finish Bakery Hill we mentioned last month. Released at cask strength and a standard strength, the latter’s still available.