Soft toffee, raisins, chocolate covered pineapple and cedarwood.
Long and oily with a fine balance of fruit and oak.
Full-bodied and creamy, with rich dried fruits, red currants and lightly roasted coffee beans. Nice balance with the bright, tropical notes of the raw spirit.
Starward Vitalis 52.0% Vol.
Produktart: Single malt Australian whiskey
Hersteller: Starward Distillery
Anschrift: Amsterdam Warehouse Company, Slego 1a, 1046BM Amsterdam, Netherlands
After a literally excellent year, including being named “Most Awarded Distillery” at the San Francisco World Spirits Competition , Starward is now celebrating a very personal achievement: 15 years of progressive whiskey production – a real milestone for Australian whiskey. Connoisseurs around the world can toast the distillery's anniversary with the ceremoniously packaged special bottling Vitalis (Latin for life).
The single malt Australian whiskey is named after David Vitale , who reached for the stars 15 years ago and founded a distillery in Melbourne. With Starward he established a modern, accessible and uncomplicated whiskey that matures in Australian wine barrels. The anniversary bottling Vitalis reflects his career.
The basis for the single malt are the red wine barrels characteristic of Starward . They are complemented by four other barrel types from Starward's history .
In addition to casks that were pre-filled with the Australian version of sherry, the Apera , these include casks pre-filled with Australia's strong wine Tawny, as well as two types of casks that Starward experimented with: bourbon and rum casks .
Together they create a fruity, ripe and complex single malt with toffee, dried fruits and coffee beans.
4 - 10 years
Origin: Australia, Melbourne
Barrel Type: Red Wine Barrels, First & Second Fill Apera Barrels, Tawny Barrels, Bourbon Barrels, Rum Barrels
Not chill filtered
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