Just an hour from Hobart is that the historic Nant Estate, home to the Nant Distillery. A key ingredient in Nant’s success is that the pristine water that flows down from a 1 million-year-old glacial lake within the Tasmanian Highlands. An intriguing balance of sweet and spice, this takes much influence from its ex-sherry cask and is as smooth because it is balanced. A nose of wealthy maple, citrus, and fig is complemented by hints of hazelnut, almond, and spice. On the roof of the mouth enjoy orange toffee, sherry, and heated dried fruits, with slight oak flavors, nuts, and coffee on the end. Tasmanian Highlands Single whisky is only bottled for Vintage Cellars. Aromas of orange blossom, rose, creme brulee, chocolate powder, and a touch of Turkish Delight and candied lemon. The roof of the mouth is wealthy in orange and grapefruit, dried fruit, and contemporary fortified wine. A spirited vogue with an extended and citrusy end.