Governor's Edict - Dark Valley Whisky


Tasmania’s history is plagued by the dreaded temperance of powerful people, most notably Governor John Franklin who presided over the Distillation Prohibition Act of 1839. Thankfully these dark days are long behind the distillers of Tasmania, with a meteoric rise in the presence of distilleries and production of delicious new make spirit. A whisky not to turn you to swine, but a much better use of barley than pig feed.

15 in stock

Spirit Source

Adams Distillery

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Indicative Tasting Notes

Rich red fruits, chocolate and mandarin citrus, with a robust pencil box oak hit. On the palate, delicious viscosity, with a carry through of chocolate sauce on savoury barbecued meats from the peated barley and a deep syrup red fruit at the fore.

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