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Lark Single Malt Cask Strength
Aged in Quarter Cask oak barrels that previously held Aussie-style port wine, this is bottled at cask strength (58% abv). The barley is malted by local Cascade Brewing Co. and the peat used comes from their own peat bogs. All whisky produced at Lark are done in single batches so slight variation may occur.
Lark Single Cask
With Australian Whisky Receiving Plenty Of Praise These Days, There's Never Been A Better Time To Try An Excellent Single Malt From The Lark Distillery In Tasmania. This Is A Cask Strength Single Cask Bottling, Bottled In February 2010 At A Robust 58% Abv.
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