Bakery Hill Classic Malt
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Bakery Hill Peated Malt
Originally made with imported UK peat, the Bakery Hill Peated Malt is now made with Australian Peat (however, it is lightly-peated in the vein of a Speyside than an Islay peat). The wash is produced in 1000L batches, then traditionally double-distilled in a copper-pot still. Bakery Hill's firm belief that caramel dulls the real flavors of the whisky stays true here, with no coloring added to the peated malt. (Note: this is not currently available in the US.)
Bakery Hill Double Wood
The Double Wood expression from Australian distillery Bakery Hill features single malt whisky which was initially matured in American oak ex-bourbon barrels and finished in French oak casks. This finishing period brings some additional plum and orange peels notes to the table, complimenting the malty notes from the Classic Malt.
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