We are delighted to announce our Leap of Faith Series, bringing you a selection of 8 New Releases; a mixture of double
and triple distilled Single Malt Whiskies.
Robust. Botanical. Unique. Full Flavoured.
One of the world's MOST awarded gins.
If you are yet to taste this premium gin, you are in for a treat.
Deliciously handcrafted from the finest ingredients with 12 botanicals sourced from Tasmania and around the world.
Come and tour the distillery, see the Rolls Royce of Tasmanian Whisky Distilleries in action and learn about our whisky production methods.
No need to book for a self guided tour.
Create your own Single Malt Whisky
Taste 5 of our premium Cask Strength Raw Whiskies.
Use our tasting guide to craft your own unique Single Malt Whisky.
Take home a 700ml bottle of your unique cask strength Single Malt Whisky.
Our home, Callington Mill, lies in Tasmanian’s picturesque Heartlands. It was built in 1837 for two reasons: to legally grind flour, and to illegally make whisky. After nearly two hundred years, we’re proud to return the mill to its original, illicit purpose—now perfectly legal, of course.History
Our master distillers craft our whisky with purely local Tasmanian ingredients: fresh highland water from the pristine Blackman river, and locally farmed barley.
All our casks have been matured in premium ex-fortified wine. They are predominantly French, European, and American oak that have been sourced from Spain and Portugal, the heartland of the Port and Sherry regions. The casks are shipped to our cooperage in Tasmania, before being filled with our single malt whisky in preparation for the maturation process.
For the first centuries of its existence, whisky was considered a stand-alone beverage best served neat or with a splash of soda. Today, whisky connoisseurs and foodies enjoy myriad combinations of whisky and food that please the palate and delight the senses.Read More
It is impossible to overstate the symbiotic importance of oak when it comes to making world-class whisky. When whisky first comes out of the still, it is clear, fiery, and definitely not tasty. Only while resting in oak casks is whisky coaxed to develop its full complexity, flavour, colour, and fragrance.Read More