English whisky is really quite special, with the famous St. George's distillery in Norfolk, and more recently The Lakes distillery in Cumbria. The new make spirit that these English distilleries are producing is stunning, which predicts perfection in the aged malts.
Norfolk-based The English Whisky Co. have finally reached the vintage of 10 years - and have celebrated with this release using “ultra rare” casks from the Founders Private Cellar. It’s a landmark release for English whisky in general.
After years of anticipation, Cotwolds have released their single malt whisky! Distilled in copper pot stills with barley from the very area in south-west England and matured in both red wine and ex-bourbon casks, the result brings notes of orchard fruit, honey, and up-front spice.
The Cotswolds distillery embrace the "grain to glass" philosophy and since releasing their first Whisky in October 2017 to rave reviews have now released their first cask strength edition. Matured in specially selected charred, toasted and re-charred American oak red wine casks and bottled at 60.9% ABV with only 2800 bottles available.
Indie bottlers from Kent, That Boutique-y Whisky company, have taken a liking towards the Norfolk-based English Whisky Company, so much so they've gone and bottled a second batch of their superb single malt. This time, they've released an 8-year-old presented at 52.3% ABV. 845 bottles were produced in the batch.
The Chapter 11 edition from the Norfolk based English Whisky company was the first small batch release of heavily peated malt released by the distillery. Bottled at 4 years old from just three ex-American Bourbon barrels at natural colour and non chill filtered.
A cask strength release of Chapter 11 from the English Whisky company distillery that is a small batch made up from just four casks of heavily peated malt. Distilled in March 2008 and bottled at 3 years old in May 20011.
A limited edition unpeated 5 year old single malt whisky from the St George's distillery. Distilled and left to age in just 4 bourbon barrels before being bottled as chapter 14 from the English whisky series at 46% ABV. A really great bottling from the distillery in Norfolk, England. It was awarded gold medal at the 2014 Wizard of Whisky Awards for Best …
A multiple award-winning single malt from St. Georges Distillery in Norfolk. Chapter 15 is a 5 year old heavily peated whisky which spent its time maturing in bourbon casks.
This is a fascinating release from the English Whisky Co, with some hefty peated flavours alongside sherried notes, presented in their updated packaging and bottled at 46% ABV.
This release of The English Whisky Co.’s expressions, Chapter 17, has looked for inspiration to Ireland and the Lowlands and produced this unusual triple-distilled whisky. It’s matured in in ex-bourbon barrels.
Chapter 7 from the English Whisky company is a small batch Rum cask aged single malt distilled by master distiller David Fitt in 2011. Bottled in the slightly rarer decanter style bottle for this release and bottled at 46% ABV.
A small batch release from the Norfolk based English Whisky company, chapter 9 is a peated single malt distilled in May 2007 and bottled after three years in ex-Bourbon wood from just four casks in May 2010 at natural colour and non chill filtered.