English Whisky Co. Chapter 13 – WW1 Edition

English Whisky Co. Chapter 13 - WW1 EditionA bottling of the English Whisky Company’s Chapter 13 single malt, released in remembrance of the First World War, as 2014 marked 100 years since the start of WW1 in 1914. The English Whisky Company are donating money raised from each bottle in this release to the Poppy Appeal. 1499 bottles were released.

Tasting Notes from the Distiller

Nose: Sweet raisins, warm vanilla and slightly spicy. Hints of bread and butter pudding and caramelised sugar. Also a slight savoury and earthy background note.

Palate: Initially dry, then sweet, spicy (think white pepper) come through. Slight touch of anise along with lovely warm vanilla, just like a vanilla sponge fresh from the oven. Finish is long and the dryness kicks back at the end.

About English Whisky Co

Hand crafted in England’s only traditional whisky distillery. St George’s Distillery sits on the bank of the River Thet in the county of Norfolk. Below ground is a chalk aquifer giving a supply of cold, crystal clear pure water. The county of Norfolk produces some of the world’s finest malting barely. Our climate is warmer and drier than our Scottish neigbours, helping our whisky to mature. This is the perfect location to craft fine whiskies.

For the Connoisseur and Collector. We produce the “chapters” which are limited runs of special whiskies produced from different malts and matured in unique oak casks some of which have previously matured other drinks such as Bourbon, Sherry, Port, Rum, Maderia, Muscatel & Sauterne.

We also operate the only Solera in England which matures the unique St George’s Pedro Ximenez, a rich sherry that we have fortified with English Whisky.

OFFICIAL WEBSITE: www.englishwhisky.co.uk/

*Info taken from bottle and website

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