Golden straw soft gold colour. The nose is gentle and inviting, showing aromas of oak, caramel, butter scotch, dark chocolate, red berries and honey, the palate is soft with fruit notes and a whisp of vanilla. Great example of port wood new make working its magic. Full length through the palate. The extra alcohol on this bottling certainly enhances the character of this malt.
At the Timboon Railway Shed Distillery, they have been inspired by the local history, to make Timboon famous once again for its high quality whisky, and this time all above board. Call in to “The Shed” and do some detective work of your own, investigate our whisky and spirits, cross examine our distiller and learn a bit more about the colourful history.
DID YOU KNOW?
Disguise, capture and surrender. In the 1890’s, Tom Delaney, became the most notorious distiller in the Timboon district. Delaney was known to police, with records showing Delaney’s interest in whisky as far back as 1881. But whisky making flourished mainly between 1890 and 1893. At the peak of production, Tom Delaney is said to have made 100 gallons a week.