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Milk & Honey Israel's First Single Malt Whisky : Bottle #091

Lot: 96560

Milk & Honey Israel's First Single Malt Whisky : Bottle #091

Winning Bid: £354

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Lot:
Distillery: 
Milk & Honey Distillery
Age: 
3 Year Old
Vintage: 
2014
Region: 
Israel
Bottler: 
Official
Cask Type: 
Virgin American Oak Maturation / Ex-Bourbon Finish
Bottled Strength: 
46%
Bottle Size: 
50cl
Distillery Status: 
Operational
product Details

Milk & Honey Israel's First Single Malt Whisky : Bottle #091

Distilled on 14th January 2014, this 3 year old whisky has been matured in 225 Litre virgin American Oak casks, before being finished in ex-Bourbon wood.

Israel's hot climate ensures that this single malt spirit has developed a mature and complex character well beyond its years, with tasting notes of citrus, spice and marzipan - light bodied and finely balanced. 

The release comprised of 391 bottles in total.

Cask # 2014-001 was bottled on 2nd April 2017

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