The first single malt whisky ever distilled in the Cotswolds, newly available. Early samples of the spirit have already been rated 94/100 in Jim Murray’s 2016 and 2017 Whisky Bibles.
Lovingly crafted in small batches using traditional production processes and equipment to create a single malt with fruity notes. Fermentation occurs for more than 90 hours to generate plenty of fruity flavour compounds alongside the alcohol produced. Matured in casks for just over three years, this English whisky is bottled non-chill filtered, with no added colouring.
Pour yourself this fine quality single malt whisky from the Cotswolds, however you enjoy it best – sip it neat, pour over ice or use in a cocktail.
In gift box.
Available to purchase in store only.
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700ml, 46% ABV
Malt: 100% floor-malted, unpeated barley grown in the Cotswolds, with the variety and farm on which it was grown are listed on the label of each bottle. barley.
Yeast: Two complementary varieties - Anchor and Fermentis - to ensure good yields and excellent fruity flavours.
Water: Village water supply - filtered, softened and demineralised before use.
Wood: Premium first-fill Kentucky ex-bourbon 200-litre barrels and reconditioned American Oak 225-litre red wine casks that have been shaved, toasted and recharred.
Nose: Notes of honey and butterscotch layered with light fruits (peaches & apricots), a hint of marzipan.
Palate: Strong notes of tannin-rich malt, oils and dark sugar with lots of spice, caramelised Seville orange marmalade.
Finish: Long and resinous, with dark red fruits and a hint of treacle.