Unique Tasmanian Flavours, complex Nant whisky.
The Nant Estate was first settled by Edward Nicholas in 1821 and bought in 2004 by Keith Batt. “It was in 2004 that I came across the bridge, came around the bend and caught sight of the Nant Estate. The old sandstone buildings stood poised, waiting in an almost timeless landscape, I knew immediately that this was special place worthy of preserving”.
Tasmania is celebrated around the world for the untouched splendour of its natural environment. Water, yeast and barley are the three ingredients used to create Nant Single Malt Whisky. Using home grown, rich in starch barley our whisky benefits a strong presence of peat. The malted barley is ground in the estate’s old flour mill which was constructed in 1823 (and expanded in 1857). The most congenial pastime of the first Scottish settlers has returned to the district on the form of The Nant Single Malt.
The Nant Distillery produces in excess of 650 barrels per year and also plays host to over 15,000 visitors through the Atrium Restaurant and Distillery tours. Offering a number of limited barrel investments to the public, we provide our clients an attractive 9.55% return at a fixed rate over the maturation period.
Single Malt whiskies inspire and capture the imagination throughout the world. The Nant Single Malt is complex in character and comprehensively reflects the unique strengths and flavours of the Tasmanian Central Highlands.
At the Nant Estate, we can’t wait to share our liquid gold whisky with you.
WHAT IS AVAILABLE?
– American Oak Sherry Wood 43%
– American Oak Sherry Wood, cask strength
– Bourbon Wood 43%
– Bourbon Wood, cask strength
– French Oak Pinot Noir Wood, cask Strength
– White Oak 43%
– Old Mill Reserve 43%