Black Gate Distillery

Black Gate Distillery – Peated Single Malt Whisky – BG075

Black Gate Distillery Best Australian Whisky

Black Gate Distillery hand make high quality spirits from local grains , while providing a unique tasting experience for enthusiasts and the overtly curious.

Black Gate Distillery Peated Single Malt Whisky – BG075

Ex Tawny Cask

Are you on the fence when it comes to trying peated whiskies? Here’s a gateway into Australian Peated whisky that shouldn’t be missed.

Bottled at 46%abv, with a lovely combination of smoke and tawny cask influence, while maintaining that rich Black Gate flavour, this is a whisky for everyone to enjoy.

Batch Nº: BG075
ABV: 46%
Bottled: Feb 2021
500ml: $130

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Black Gate Distillery Peated Single Malt Whisky
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NOSE:

Roasted Almonds, Charcoal.

PALATE:

Stewed Fruits, Burnt Grass, Vanilla and Raspberry Jam.

FINISH:

Malty.

About Black Gate Distillery

Black Gate Distillery

Situated in Mendooran, 45 mins from Dubbo in Central West NSW, Black Gate Distillery is a small, husband and wife operation established in 2009. Black Gate Distillery enjoy a rural setting and a climate conducive to aggressive spirit maturation.

Black Gate Distillery produce Single Malt Whisky and Dark Rum which are both brewed and distilled on site. The distillery capacity is around 3000 litres of whisky and about 1000 litres of rum annually. They use direct fired copper pot stills of 630 litres and 300 litres capacity that produce spirit on the richer end of the flavour spectrum. Black Gate Distillery stick with traditional methods, use the highest quality ingredients/casks available and encourage visitors.

Brian Hollingworth – Whisky Distiller Born in Broken Hill NSW, Fitter Machinist & Automotive Mechanic by trade, School Teacher by accident, Distiller by choice.

Genise Hollingworth – Rum Distiller Born in Walgett NSW, a woman dedicated to hard work, quality assurance and the art of distilling.

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