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Bakery Hill Take Out Bible’s Southern Hemisphere Whisky Of The Year

Victoria’s Bakery Hill distillery have had their Peated Malt Cask Strength expression named Southern Hemisphere Whisky Of The Year in Jim Murray’s Whisky Bible, which recently announced it’s winners for the 2020 edition.

A veteran distillery of the modern Australian whisky industry, distiller David Baker joins other Australian distilleries including like Belgrove, Limeburners, Timboon and Sulllivans Cove in taking out the award. Bakery Hill will celebrate its 20th anniversary in 2020, a milestone which will coincide with a relocation to a site closer to the Melbourne CBD.

A family-owned business, the past two decades have seen long periods of stock shortages for the distillery’s whisky, however the past three years has seen them rise back to prominence with ample stock tosupply more than just their home state.

PREVIOUS WINNERS

Southern Hemisphere Whisky Of The Year

2020: Bakery Hill Peated Malt Cask Strength
2019: Belgrove Peated Rye
2018: Limeburners Darkest Winter
2017: Heartwood Any Port In A Storm
2016: New Zealand Whisky Company Willowbank 1988 25-Year-Old
2015: Timboon Single Malt
2014: Sullivans Cove French Oak HH0509
Awarded since 2013

Whisky Of The Year

2020: 1792 Full Proof
2019: William Larue Weller 2017 Release
2018: Colonel EH Taylor Four Grain
2017: Booker’s Rye 13-Year-Old
2016: Yamazaki Sherry Cask 2013 Release
2015: Glenmorangie Elanta
2014: Thomas H Handy Sazerac 2011
2013: Old Pulteney 21-Year-Old
2012: Ballantine’s 17-Year-Old
2011: Sazerac Rye 18-Year-Old
2010: Ardbeg Uigeadail
2009: Ardbeg 10-Year-Old

Scotch Whisky Of The Year

2020: Glen Grant 18-Year-Old Rare Edition
2019: Glen Grant 18-Year-Old
2018: Glen Grant 18-Year-Old Rare Edition
2017: Glen Grant 18-Year-Old
2016: Glenfarclas 1957 Family Cask #2110
2015: Glenmorangie Elanta
2014: Ballantine’s 17 Years Old
2013: Old Pulteney 21-Year-Old
2012: Ballantine’s 17-Year-Old
2011: Ardbeg Supernova
2010: Ardbeg Uigeadail
2009: Ardbeg 10-Year-Old

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