Yorkshire news Distillery celebrates Yorkshire Day with pure Yorkshire whisky MetiNews.Com
MetiNews.Com - Yorkshire's 'first-ever' single malt distillery celebrates August 1 with Filey Bay Yorkshire Day spirit
Breaking News ! Who says the best single malt whiskies have to come from Scotland or Japan? Yorkshire's 'first-ever' single malt whisky distillery is hoping its latest release will go down a treat when it's released to celebrate Yorkshire Day. Spirit of Yorkshire, Hunmanby, North Yorkshire, will be launching Filey Bay Yorkshire Day today (August 1). The whisky, limited to 1,500 bottles, will be available priced £85 from the distillery shop or online. The 55 per cent abv whisky is made from barley and water sourced and grown in Hunmanby and kept in bourbon and PX sherry casks. Spirit of Yorkshire's whisky director, Joe Clark, said: "Filey Bay Yorkshire Day is rich and spicy with flavours of dried fruits, cocoa, honey, hazelnut, caramel and black pepper. "With only 1,500 bottles available, Filey Bay Yorkshire Day is our rarest whisky release to date.
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Spirit of Yorkshire, which produces and sources its own barley and water, launched in 2016 and bottled its first single malt whisky last year. The distillery is a collaboration between farmer and brewer Tom Mellor, from Wold Top Brewery, and business partner David Thompson.
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