In March 2020, visitors to Long Space Gallery in Newport were treated to an unusual art exhibition. Spread around the room were ten plinths, each...Read more
It is widely believed that whiskey was first distilled for medicinal use by monks and apothecaries in Scotland and Ireland. The distillation of whiskey evolved as it moved from monastic to secular, as it did with the path of migration over hundreds of years. Early Scottish and Irish settlers in the USA used rye to make whiskey because barley didn’t adapt to the North American climate. These conditions are also true for the dry climate of Australia, where we set out to reimagine this original American spirit using 100% Australian rye.
A different angle of attack for rye and a welcome one.
One of the most impressive Australian whiskies to be released in recent years.
This is a ripper rye - locally made that can hold its head up to any rye whiskey line up.
I’ve travelled the whiskey trail andThe Gospelis as good as what you find over in the US.