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‘Buy Whisky’ is your gateway to Australia's diverse whisky scene. Explore a vast selection of local whiskies and discover more about the distilleries behind them.

Australian whisky has gained a reputation for excellence in recent years, with a growing number of distilleries producing high-quality whiskies that rival those of traditional whisky-making countries such as Scotland and Ireland. From Tasmania to Western Australia, Australian distilleries are producing a diverse range of whiskies that reflect the unique terroir and climate of the Australian landscape.

While Australia has a long history of beer and wine production, the country’s whisky industry is relatively young. The first commercial distillery was established in Tasmania in 1992, and since then, the industry has grown rapidly, with more than 60 distilleries now operating across the country.

One of the factors that has contributed to the success of Australian whisky is the abundance of high-quality, locally-sourced ingredients. Australian barley is regarded as some of the best in the world, and many distilleries are using locally-grown grains to produce their whiskies. The climate and water sources in Australia also play a significant role in the flavour and character of Australian whiskies, with some distilleries using rainwater or natural spring water to create their spirits.

Styles of Australian Whisky: Australian whisky is known for its unique style and character. Many distilleries are experimenting with different types of casks to age their whisky, including bourbon barrels, sherry and tawny casks, and even wine barrels. This has led to a diverse range of flavours and aromas in Australian whisky, from rich, fruity notes to smoky, peaty flavours. Delicious!!

Some Australian distilleries are also using unique ingredients to create their whiskies. For example, the Bakery Hill distillery in Victoria uses Australian peat to give their whisky a distinctive smoky flavour, while the Limeburners distillery in Western Australia uses native Australian spices to create their unique range of whiskies.

Notable Australian Whiskies: Australian whiskies have won numerous awards and accolades in recent years, cementing their place in the global whisky scene. Some of the most notable Australian whiskies include:

Sullivans Cove: This Tasmanian distillery won the World Whiskies Awards’ Best Single Malt Whisky in 2014, putting Australian whisky on the map.

Bakery Hill: This Victoria-based distillery produces a range of whiskies, including the award-winning Classic Malt, which won a gold medal at the World Whiskies Awards in 2012.

Limeburners: This Western Australian distillery produces a range of whiskies, including the Darkest Winter, which won a gold medal at the 2019 San Francisco World Spirits Competition.

Starward: This Melbourne-based distillery is known for its unique cask maturation process, which involves aging their whiskies in Australian wine barrels. Their Nova whisky won Best Australian Single Malt at the 2020 World Whiskies Awards.

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Australian whiskies on the global stage. Tasting enthusiasts can elevate their experience with the zenith of Australian craftsmanship. 

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Australian whisky is a vibrant and exciting industry that is continuing to grow and innovate. With a diverse range of styles and flavours, Australian whisky is attracting a global audience of whisky lovers who appreciate the unique character and quality of these exceptional spirits. From the lush green hills of Tasmania to the rugged coastlines of Western Australia, Australian whisky is a true reflection of the country’s natural beauty and rich cultural heritage.

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