The cask strength, 60%, version of Corowaâ€™s American oak ex-port cask series Bosque Verde.
Bosque Verde means Green Grove in Gaelic and pay homage to the Druce familyâ€™s Green Grove Organic business.
Official tasting notes:
Nose: Peppery, oak orange and honey.
Palate: Woody, spice, slightly smokey, oily and syrupy.
Finish: Long and sweet, hints of vanilla.
The Corowa Distilling Co, located on the New South Walesâ€™ side of the Murray River, came out of the Druce familyâ€™s chocolate business in Junee. Having agreed to acquire an old flour mill from the council for the princely sum of $1, major renovations were untaken to turn the site into a functioning distillery.
The first whisky came of age in 2018 and was released in September that year.
- Single Malt
- New South Wales