Osokye is the name of the plot in Lorraine, France, where the barley is grown. The French barley is malted locally and distilled in a cognac alembic. This particular whisky has been aged in three different casks, bourbon, port and cognac! The result is floral with a long and complex finish.
The picture on the front label is The Harbour of La Rochelle painted by Joseph Vernet.
Cask Type: Bourbon, Port and Cognac cask
|Classification||Single Malt Whisky|
|ABV/ Volume||43% / 50cl|
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