At the World Whiskies Award held on Thursday night in London, Tasmanian distillery Sullivan's Cove's French Oak Cask variety was named the world's best single malt whisky.
The alcohol was judged the global winner from a high-quality pool of single malt entries, including Scotland's Bunnahabain, Aberfeldy, Glenkinchie and Glenlivet distilleries and Japan's Yamazaki, News.com.au reported.
AdvertisementAccording to judges, French Oak Cask entry was "light, peppery and intriguing", asserting that it was a match made in heaven with a smooth buttery feel, adding keeping it simple in a very good way.
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