The Lakes Distillery: Whiskymaker's Editions Infinity
Key Facts About This Lakes Distillery Single Malt
Distillery: The Lakes
Range: Whiskymaker's Editions
Spirit Type: Single malt
Cask Type: Oloroso sherry (high proportion), Palo Cortado (high), Manzanilla (medium), and Fino (low).
Alcohol by Volume: 52%
Bottled: Natural colour and without chill filtration
Bottle Size: 700ml
Infinity Tasting Notes
Official Tasting Notes
Polished oak, incense sticks, cocoa nibs, salinity and minerality. Toasted rye bread, dates, damp forest, treacle, spice, hints of musk.
Colour: Natural, deep bronze or rich mahogany. Thickly coats my glass.
Nose: Rich sherried fruits and poached pear, sprinkled with desiccated coconut. Rich, buttery sticky toffee pudding. Tea-soaked berries and honey-roasted nuts.
Palate: Medium mouthfeel. Rich fruit and spice. Toffee and sticky dates. Cocoa-dusted coffee beans. Oak and wood spice.
Finish: Medium to long. Rich sherried notes continue. Stewed red fruits and berries. Warming with wood spice.
About This Whiskymaker's Edition
Lakes Whiskymaker’s Editions Infinity is inspired by the link between fragrance and flavour. Designed for the curious whisky drinker, this single malt is described by its maker to “stimulate profound thought” and “offer a unique experience” as it delves deep into the notion that everything in nature is entwined in a state of perpetual motion, leading to somewhere new.
Matured in a range of sherry butts, including rare Palo Cortado seasoned American oak casks, it is the art of blending, carefully layering complimentary and contrasting flavours, and balancing aromas that makes it possible for Infinity to appear in a state of constant dance between nose and palate.
It is complex and enigmatic. Each sip encourages you to go deeper into the rabbit hole of flavours. It offers the opportunity to explore infinite combinations that make it difficult to define where they come from and where they lead.
Dhavall Gandhi, whiskymaker at The Lakes Distillery said: “Created with a modern approach and a wide variety of exceptional sherry casks, Infinity is a whisky that offers a unique experience. With layer upon layer of continuously changing aromas and flavours, perfectly balanced and each jostling to shine through, it is a complex whisky that unlocks a different dimension with every sip. As one door closes, another one opens up in this constantly evolving whisky.”
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*US states we can currently ship to include: Alaska, California, District of Columbia, Louisiana, Nebraska, New Mexico, New York, Oregon, Virginia, Wyoming, Vermont, Maine, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, Texas, and Florida.
How much is shipping?
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