Penderyn Madeira Finish 46% 70cl
Based in the Brecon Beacons, Penderyn launched in 2000 and started selling whisky in 2004 - the first whisky produced in Wales for over a century. And naturally, 'proper' whisky drinkers scoffed heartily as it wasn't from Scotland. But as more and more people tried it, a dawning realisation gathered that actually, this was pretty decent stuff...
The Madeira Finish is Penderyn's 'house' bottling - matured initially in ex-Bourbon casks for a gentle vanilla creamy note before a finish for an average of 4 months in casks that previously held Madeira wine. This adds a fruitier note, with a slight nutty edge too. It's eminently drinkable and a great advert for the distillery, proving that this distillery was here to stay,
Please note due to our opening times goods ordered on a Saturday may result in a delayed arrival. Goods ordered on a Sunday or Monday will be shipped from the store on the Tuesday immediately following - please bear this in mind if you have a deadline.DUE TO ONGOING ISSUES WITH BREXIT AND COURIERS UNFORTUNATELY WE ARE CURRENTLY UNABLE TO SHIP OUTSIDE OF THE UK
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