Jim Murray’s Whisky Bible 2018 winners

16th October, 2017 by Michael J Ritchie

Southern Hemisphere Whisky of the Year – Limeburners Darkest Winter

Hailing from Albany, Western Australia, Limeburners Darkest Winter was given the award for the Southern Hemisphere Whisky of the year.

The peat used is collected by hand from nearby Valley of the Giants, allowing the barley to be smoked extensively to produce a heavier whisky. Matured in an ex-Bourbon American Oak cask, a splash of water in the glass will unlock “intense complex smokey aromas”.

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