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Sullivans Cove American Oak 11 Years old
Single Malt - Australia - 47.50% 7 For maximum impact have neat.
Sullivans Cove American Oak Bourbon Cask
Single Malt - Australia - 47.50% 8 ?An elegant whisky which makes me think of a charming watercolour. Relaxing, pleasantly balanced.
Sullivans Cove American Oak Cask Matured
Single Malt - Australia - 47.50% 8 Refreshing to see a well-matured Australian whisky that is not overpowered by sherry. I'll drink to that!
Sullivans Cove Bourbon Maturation
Single Malt - Australia - 60.00% 6 The overriding impression is of young whiskies released too soon.
Sullivans Cove Double Cask Bourbon & Port Oak
Single Malt - Australia - 40.00%
Sullivans Cove French Oak 11 Years Old
Single Malt - Australia - 47.50% 7 Just slightly too much wood for me.
Sullivans Cove French Oak Cask
Single Malt - Australia - 60.00% 6 Here's oak being used as a Romulan cloaking device to hide young(?) spirit. I can see what they're trying to do, but this needs tweaking.
Sullivans Cove French Oak Cask Matured
Single Malt - Australia - 47.50% 8 One for sherry fans. The nose was my favourite part.
Sullivans Cove Port Maturation
Single Malt - Australia - 60.00% 6 It sticks to the tongue and you can't get rid of it.
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