Bright gold appearance. Immediately appealing and distinctive with its dill / pickle opening scents. Second pass offers chamomile tea, hints of boiled lolly, cedary oak and peppermint. A light, silky entry follows through to a super smooth and quite delicate profile featuring medium dry flavours of chamomile tea, sour dough bread and unusual notes of dill and caraway. Dry, mildly tannic finish. Aftertaste is subtle but shows good length.
It’s a beauty, and a one of a kind thus far in this part of the world.
Situated in Tasmania, Belgrove grow their own ryecorn to produce a 100% rye whisky. It’s one of very few Whisky distilleries in the world that grows all its own grain, malts, ferments, distills and barrel ages on site.
DID YOU KNOW?
Here are some catch words used to describe this wonderful Tassie distillery – “sustainable” “closed loop” “small carbon footprint” “green” “farm based” “value adding” “craft” “low food miles”.