Own a 20L barrel of the world’s best single malt whisky! Every whisky enthusiast dreams of having their own barrel of the world’s best single malt! The Sullivans Cove Cellarmaster makes that dream a reality. Tasmanian single malt has a superb reputation because of the island’s excellent natural ingredients and pure water. Your whisky […]
French Oak cask HH0390 was the star of the 2015 World Whiskies Awards, being crowned Best Australian Single Malt 2015. There are only 15 of these magnificent bottles left for sale here at our online store, so please do yourself a favour and grab one now before they all sell out!
This single cask expression was barreled on the 1st of July 2000 and bottled on 17th of August 2014, making it a whisker over 14 years of age and there were 495 bottles in the cask.
Sullivans Cove’s French Oak cask 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.
Pre-orders of our world-famous French Oak are now closed. The next batch of French Oak will be released in July, please check back then. In the meantime garb one of our other fantastic whiskies, or even better, get your own barrel of French Oak!
Only 15 bottles remain for sale, so it is advisable to get one right now to avoid huge disappointment. In the words of the master, Jim Murray,”…hard to imagine a malt whisky being more malt whiskier…few distilleries do weight on delivery better than this one…exemplary malt whisky, absolutely beautiful”
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.