Nant French Oak Port Wood Cask Strength 2013 Tasmanian Single Malt - Historic

$750 AUD


An old-style Nant expression bottled in 2013 when Keith Batt used to sign the labels himself. Those were the days!

It was a single cask whisky matured in a French oak port cask which achieved 94/100 'Liquid Gold' status in Jim Murray's Whisky Bible 2014.

Official Tasting Notes
Nose: Raisins soaked in madeira with a hint of liquorice
Taste: Velvet, buttery mouth feel; Well balanced and complex
Finish: Oily and long lasting with a spicy finish


This product is located in Australia.


Nant Distillery

It has been something of a rollercoaster at Nant. It launched with much fanfare at an idyllic site near Bothwell in the Tasmanian Highlands, won much acclaim for the quality of some of its early expressions, only to sink into the depths of despair as a result of a whisky barrel investment scheme gone wrong, but then to start climbing back as a result of a significant change in ownership and structure. This led to renovation of the existing premises and then substantial expansion with the construction of a second still house.

 With no new bottlings flowing from Nant, we only offer those which found much favour under the old regime and now form part of the Nant archive. With quality never in question, these expressions are getting increasing attention from collectors and investors as their number is finite in the extreme.