Bain's Whisky

$115.00 aud

 

nestled near the cape Mountains in Wellington you will find the James Sedgwick Distillery.  here we make our whysky under the watchful eyes of the cape Mountain leopards who frequent the area.  It's the only whisky in the world made from South African grain, then matured not once, but twice by Founder Distiller Andy Watts.  The result is an exceptionally smooth taste, with distinctive notes of spice and vanilla.


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