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Limeburners Distillery - Darkest Winter

Limeburners Darkest Winter Single Malt Whisky was recently awarded Best International Craft Whisky in the World by the American Distilled Spirits Awards.

This whisky uses peat collected by hand from the deepest darkest parts of the Valley of the Giants. The barley was smoked for an extended period, resulting in a heavier, more intense style of whisky ideally suited for darkest winter. This whisky was matured in an ex-bourbon American Oak cask. This whisky exhibits spice and floral aromas when neat and a splash of water unleashes malted barley and intense complex smokey aromas.

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Barrel M344

700mL | Alc/Vol 63.4%

$319.99
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In 2004 after 14 years of research, the Great Southern Distilling Company was founded and commenced commercial production in 2005. Located on the edge of Princess Royal Harbour, the distillery takes advantage of Albany’s pristine water, clean air, abundance of local produce and cool marine climate.

 

In May 2008, the first flagship ‘Limeburners’ Single Malt Whisky was released.  Not only was this recorded as an historic event because it was the first Single Malt Whisky ever distilled in Western Australia, but it also picked up a Bronze Medal at the prestigious International Wine & Spirits Competition in London.  After selling out within the month, the distillery knew it was getting things right.

In 2004 after 14 years of research, the Great Southern Distilling Company was founded and commenced commercial production in 2005. Located on the edge of Princess Royal Harbour, the distillery takes advantage of Albany’s pristine water, clean air, abundance of local produce and cool marine climate.

 

In May 2008, the first flagship ‘Limeburners’ Single Malt Whisky was released.  Not only was this recorded as an historic event because it was the first Single Malt Whisky ever distilled in Western Australia, but it also picked up a Bronze Medal at the prestigious International Wine & Spirits Competition in London.  After selling out within the month, the distillery knew it was getting things right.