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Bakery Hill Classic
Single Malt - Australia - 46.00% 7 Nicely made.
Bakery Hill Peated Single Malt Whisky
Single Malt - Australia - 46.00% 7 Interesting but needs to fill out.
Hellyers Road 10 Years Old
Single Malt - Australia - 46.20% 7 The nose is more expressive than the palate. A delicate sweetness.
Limburgers Two Years Old, 2006
Single Malt - Australia - 43.00% 7 An aromatised whisky ? Odd,rather well constructed but leave a sickening feel. Like a cough syrup.
Limeburner's Barrel M39 2008
Single Malt - Australia - 43.00% 7 It's young, but the spirit is clean and sound.
Limeburner's Barrel M40
Single Malt - Australia - 61.00% 7 Another which shows real promise. Just needs more integration to lose the rawness. Have patience guys!
Limeburner's M59 2009
Single Malt - Australia - 48.00% 6 The whisky's (just) at the additive rather than interactive stage and while it will (hopefully) settle down (though that farmyard note is a little worrying) there's really no point in bottling somethi...
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 French Oak 11 Years Old
Single Malt - Australia - 47.50% 7 Just slightly too much wood for me.