Released in 2009, this South Africa’s first ever single grain whisky
is matured in first fill bourbon casks for an initial three years before spending a further two years in fresh first fill bourbon casks! It’s named after the chap who built the first roads in Wellington.
Nose: Grapefruit peels, custard creams and icing sugar. Soon followed by nutmeg and vanilla sugar. Lightness throughout.
Palate: Soft and well-rounded with continued vanilla cream. Fresh pear, banana and hints of cardamom and oak.
Finish: The sweet citrus peels return, along with a little bit of meadowsweet.