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Black Gate Whisky Club Exclusive BG51 & BG59

Black Gate Whisky Club Exclusive BG51 & BG59

February 2020 Member Add-Ins: Black Gate Whisky Club Exclusive BG51 & BG59

Anyone who’s had a Black Gate whisky knows they’re in for a great time! Get our Whisky Club Exclusive Black Gate release now.

We’re elated to finally pop the cork on February’s Member exclusive Australian whiskies! That’s right, we’ve secured TWO superb single casks from NSW heavy hitters: Black Gate Distillery.

Get ready to sink your teeth into the best of the best, personally tasted and hand selected by head distiller Brian Hollingworth to represent the pinnacle of Black Gate’s house style.

First up is Black Gate Whisky Club Exclusive BG51, a cracking Port Cask that’s rich, oily and buttery packed with forest fruits, rich berries and layers of complex spice, while Black Gate Whisky Club Exclusive BG59 is an absolutely belting Peated Sherry Cask oozing with dates, figs, dried red fruits and currants, underpinned by a gentle, sweet peat smokiness.

These big, rich sweet Aussie blockbusters are a must-have for collectors and Friday night dram enthusiasts alike.

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Black Gate Whisky Club Exclusive BG51 – Port Cask

Colour:  Rich maple syrup
Nose:  Enticing port with rich forest fruits, sweetness and hints of boiled lollies.
Palate:  Big, rich, oily and buttery with forest fruits, rich berries and layers of complex spice, underpinned by beautiful warming subtle oak. 
Finish:  Rich, oily and long with layers of fruit, spice, tingly pepper and complexity to boot.

Black Gate Whisky Club Exclusive BG59 – Peated Sherry

Colour: Deep copper
Nose:  Sweet on the nose, you’ll find dates, figs, dried red fruits and currants, along with burnt toffee and nuts. The sherry notes are underpinned by a gentle, sweet peat smokiness.
Palate:  Big, rich and sweet, with toffee and spices at first sip, but soon after the peat starts to make its presence felt. Adding a dash of water to open things up, with a rewarding mouthfeel and a hint of mum’s apple crumble.
Finish:  Long, dry and lingering, it’s the peat dominates the finish.

 

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