Single Malt 10 Year Old 2011

Single Malt 10 Year Old 2011

This single malt whisky marks the second release from the 2011 distillation. Originally aged in a selection of casks for 8 years and then ‘finished’ for 2 years in a combination of casks previously used for our Antique Muscat. Only 1,516 bottles produced.
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This single malt whisky marks the second release from the 2011 distillation. Originally aged in a selection of casks for 8 years and then ‘finished’ for 2 years in a combination of casks previously used for our Antique Muscat. Only 1,516 bottles produced.
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Be sure to create an account during checkout to keep up to date with all future releases of Smith's Angaston Whisky.

The Details

Tasting Note A smooth and refined whisky, with intriguing floral notes, tarry smoke and zesty citrus rinds. Rounded and layered with classic malt and spices, and hints of dark chocolate orange. A long, incisive and refined finish.
Treatment This Whisky is crafted using heavy roasted Flagship barley from Ardrossan on the Yorke Peninsula, malted at Coopers Brewery in Adelaide and then double distilled at Yalumba, in the hills above Angaston, South Australia.
Vintage 2011
Varietal Whisky
Region South Australia
Alcohol by Volume 47%
Winemaker Kevin Glastonbury
Pack Size Options 1

The Story

For a brief period of time, from the early 50’s to early 70’s, Samuel Smith & Son sold a product called Smith’s Imperial Vat Whisky. It was therefore a historic moment when in 1997, Smith’s fired up the old pot still and ran a charge through to produce the Angaston single malt whisky. Two charges took place in 1998 and 2000, before the distillery was de-commissioned in 2001. It was then re-commissioned for a further three charges in 2011, 2014, 2017 and 2021.

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