The Tasmanian Collection is a set of exceptional limited edition single cask whiskies blended from nine Tasmanian distilleries including Sullivans Cove, Lark, Overeem, Belgrove, McHenry, Redlands, Mackey, Iron House and Fanny’s Bay.
The Tasmanian Collection Single Cask TD0776 was blended, matured and bottled at Tasmanian Distillery, the home of Sullivans Cove Whisky.
There is a story behind every one of our single cask releases; usually the theme revolves around refined nuances held together by a consistency of the highest quality. In the case of TD0060 the story runs even deeper still, it is the first whisky to be both distilled and bottled under the current ownership of Tasmania Distillery. A celebratory bottling if there ever was one!
Sullivans Cove French Oak cask HH525 was voted the World’s Best Single Malt Whisky at the 2014 World Whisky Awards – the first time a whisky from somewhere other than Scotland or Japan has been awarded this honour.
We recognise that our French Oak is now in high demand, while stocks remain limited. In order to ensure that everyone has a chance to get a bottle, we will endeavour to release small batches of our most recent French Oak casks on most Wednesdays throughout the year, depending upon availability.
A superior small-batch Tasmanian Dry Gin.
This seductively rich spirit is double distilled in our pot still from our island’s barley and soft water, and enriched with four native Australian botanicals – lemon myrtle, anise myrtle, lanceolata & wattleseed.
Indulge your senses and taste our splendid isolation.
Sullivans Cove is the quintessential small-batch luxury whisky. Inspired by nature and Distilled With Conviction, Sullivans Cove was named the world’s best single malt whisky at the World Whiskies Awards. Made with traditional methods using only pure Tasmanian ingredients, each barrel is individually bottled to capture subtle variations – and the result is one of the best whiskies on the market.
Tasmania’s convict uniforms – or ‘magpies’ – bore the distinctive broad arrow symbol to show that both clothes and prisoner belonged to the Crown. The Maguire forefathers originally came to Tasmania in the mid-1800s as ‘guests’ of His Majesty, and upon earning their freedom made the island their home. Today, Sullivans Cove proudly displays the broad arrow on their Sullivans Cove whisky – inspired by nature’s rich bounty and Distilled With Conviction.