• We are proud to launch a fantastic whisky into Australia! The Copperworks American Single Malt Whiskey – Release No. 035
    • A whiskey, that although spelt with an ‘e’ is an authentic Single Malt made from 100% malted barley and twice-distilled in Scottish copper pot stills.
    • Limited to only 1521 individually numbered bottles
    • The only whiskey in the world that uses the famous Baronesse barley
    • A 750ml bottle (yes, an extra 50ml of goodness!)
    • Only available in Australia through The Single Malt Whisky Club!
    From the home of Boeing, Amazon, Microsoft and the birthplace of grunge – The beautiful city of Seattle, we are super excited to bring this amazing Single Malt to Australia, thus giving our members the opportunity to pioneer yet another fantastic ‘new world’ single malt. This time an American Single Malt! Release 035 was created by combining four casks of whiskey distilled from Baronesse Barley with two casks of whiskey distilled from their standard pale malt recipe. All six casks were aged for at least 39 months in charred, new American Oak, the result is an amazingly smooth, richly flavoured single malt.
    OUR TASTING NOTES
    Nose: Rich warm toffee over fruity marmalade notes Palate: Mmm…sweet sweet syrupy mouthfeel. More of that sweet citrus – but more mandarin-y now. Sweet peanut brittle at the back of it all Finish: Warm spicy buzz with more toffee. Also, a nutty quality – roast almonds perhaps?
    • Bottle Size : 750ml
    • ABV : 50.5%
    • Region : America (Seattle)
    • Peated : No
    • Chill Filtered: No
  • A limited release (only 1934 bottles) individually numbered, uniquely peated Single Malt Whisky produced entirely from ingredients sourced in Washington State, USA. The Copperworks American Single Malt Whiskey ‘Washington Peated’. Release 034 is Copperworks’ first release of a Peated Single Malt. It was crafted from eight casks of whiskey that were brewed and distilled from 100% of the Copeland variety of barley grown in Washington’s Skagit Valley and smoked during the malting process with Washington peat. Each cask of whiskey was matured for just over four years in lightly charred (char #1) new American Oak casks.
    OUR TASTING NOTES
    I have to say that this is unlike any peated whisky I’ve ever tried before. I’m not sure if this is very lightly peated or it’s how the ‘Washington Peat’ presents – but this gives very little suggestion overall (if any) of smoke. Nose: No ‘smoke’ but a very definite ‘wet-soil’ mustiness sits over the top of salted caramel and a just tiny amount of all-spice. Palate: has a luxuriously syrupy mouthfeel (like #035). Stewed apple and rich floral notes but also an underlying leathery-earthiness. Finish: Medium length with a mild sweet spice that salivates the mouth. Once again – a mustiness rather than smokiness here. Wow – this is definitely a whisky that proves the adage ‘Peat ain’t Peat!’
    • Bottle Size : 750ml
    • ABV : 52%
    • Region : America (Seattle)
    • Peated : Yes (Washington Peat)
    • Chill Filtered: No

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