Podcast 11 – Take A Walk With New Zealand Single Malt

Our joy when it comes to whiskey is trying new flavors and distilleries which we haven’t tried in the past.  We take advice on new items to try, places to go and what is trending as a must have whiskey.  Well thanks to the suggestion of Brendan over at Blind Pig Confessions, we ran into a bottle of New Zealand Single Malt Whisky compliments of Journeyman Distillery.   Something bold, something strong and yet something so very delightful sitting in our beautiful Glencairn Whisky Glass.   What was cool about this whisky, it was batch one and bottle 2825 (out of 3000) that were produced for this limited edition production.  So check out this podcast and figure out where we agree to disagree on this straight rye whiskey.   Train..  Train…

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2 thoughts on “Podcast 11 – Take A Walk With New Zealand Single Malt”

  1. Just wanted to clarify the question about this being Batch 1 and only 3000 bottles. The Around the World Series is a collection of unique spirits that we find all over the globe and bring back to bottle here and share with the US. The New Zealand Single Malt was the first whiskey in this collection. It was sourced from the now-closed Willowbank Distillery. The distillery made more whiskey than just what we selected, so there are more batches out there, but only one batch specific to us.

    Nick Yoder
    Journeyman Distilery
    Marketing/Distiller

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    1. Nick.. Thank you very much for your clarification. While we were going to search more for the right answer, we certainly enjoyed this whiskey. We know you guys are having your 4th Anniversary celebration this weekend.. Congrats and we look forward to trying your three oaks single malt when we can get our hands of it south of Michigan (we are in Indiana).

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