Palate Orchard fruit with gentle sweetness and spice on the nose. Christmas fruit and spice on the pallet with a long vanilla finish.

VINIFICATION:

Fermentation process; Malted barley used from Queensland.
Distillation; Double distilled.
Aging process; Aged in baroque barrels (220 litres) for 5 years. Barrels are classed as hybrids (top and bottoms are made with American Oak and the main belly of the barrel is made from French Oak. Barrels are re-conditioned, ex red wine and heavily toasted.

ANALYSIS:

Alcohol: 43%
Bottle Size: 750ml
100% Australian Produced and Owned

GENERAL INFORMATION:

No artificial additives or preservatives. Gluten Free. Named after our naughty roosters at Mt Uncle Distillery. Typifies what an Australian produced single malt should reflect in our opinion. First Australian Whiskey manufacturer to pioneer the hybrid cask (French oak bodies/American Oak Heads) Queensland’s First Commercial Single Malt Whiskey Released.

PACKAGING INFORMATION:

Original Design; Mark Watkins. Black bottle with yellow highlighted rooster. Poem discussing the rooster on reverse. Each bottle is individually hand numbered. Each bottle is individually hand dipped in wax.

SERVING SUGGESTION:

Serve neat with a few drops of water if desired.

AWARDS:

2016 Melbourne Australian Spirits Competition – AUSTRALIAN WHISKEY DISTILLERY
2016 Melbourne Australian Spirits Competition – GOLD
2016 International Wine and Spirits Competition – SILVER
2016 San Francisco International Wine and Spirits Competition – SILVER
2015 Hong Kong International Wine and Spirits Competition – SILVER
2015 International Wine and Spirit Competition – SILVER
2014 Hong Kong International Wine and Spirits Competition – SILVER
2014 International Wine and Spirits Awards – SILVER OUTSTANDING
2013 Hong Kong International Wine and Spirit Competition – BRONZE

DELIVERY:

Deliveries to capital cities is 48 to 72 hours. Outlying areas a bit longer. For more expediency call me and I’ll sort it.

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