THOMSON FOUR 4YO 46% 700ML

THOMSON FOUR 4YO 46% 700ML

FOUR has been distilled, matured, and hand picked for bottling by head distiller Mat Thomson. Made from 100% NZ grown malted barley, and distilled through the Thomson copper pot stills, it represents a glimpse into the aging stocks of Thomson Whisky. As simple as it’s name, this four-year-old release is a pure example of what hands-on distillation methods and careful aging can produce. This limited edition bottling is the contents of a single, heavily charred, American Oak barrel. There are 278 bottles available of this highly anticipated New Zealand single malt.

Tasting Notes:
Colour: Soft golden
Nose: Wood shavings and barley sugars
Palate: Cinnamon quills, clove, apricot jam and orange zest
Finish: Bitter citrus and toffee


ABV: 46%


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