Celebrate the future of Tasmanian whiskey: Lark Distillery’s latest dram

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In Tasmania, Australia lies a homegrown success story in the world of spirits: Lark Distillery. And it was thirty years ago recently that it received the first Tasmanian distiller’s license granted in 154 years.

Since then it seems, Australian spirits – or, more specifically, Tasmanian – have gone from strength-to-strength.

From a makeshift still on a kitchen table, founder Bill Lark’s passion unfurled into a quiet pursuit of excellence that is being recognised around the world. 

Lark Distillery has grown to become one of the most celebrated and recognised distilleries in the country and beyond, being named as one of four distillers nominated for Worldwide Whisky Producer of the Year at the 2020 International Wine & Spirit Competition

To mark this momentous achievement, The HOUSE of LARK has released two single malts that represent Lark’s rich history paying homage to a legendary Scottish single malt and Lark’s rich Tasmanian roots – Rare Cask Series Glenfarclas and Origins Single Malt Whisky.

A little about Rare Cask Series Glenfarclas

The direct fire stills impart a rich and recognisable flavour on this spirit, while also being matured in the finest Spanish Oloroso casks, creating a moment of true indulgence. This bottling celebrates the friendship of Bill Lark and John Grant, having been distilled in 1992, the birth year of Lark, then left to mature and blossom through the decades. Get it for $999

Lark whiskey Glenfarcas

A little about Origins Single Malt Whisky

This batch is orange blossom, caramel and milk chocolate on the nose, a palate of lemon curd, apricots, and cream, with a finish rich in buttery hazelnut and fruit mince pie. Get it for $299.99

Origins Whiskey Lark