Bakery Hill Double Wood
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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Originally made with imported UK peat, the Bakery Hill Peated Malt is now made with Australian Peat (however, it is lightly-peated in the vein of a Speyside than an Islay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.)
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