Westland 6th Annual Peat Week

American Single Malt

Westland // Washington, USA

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Westland 6th Annual Peat Week release is a single cask American single malt. Distilled from Baird's heavily-peated malt, it matured for 50 months in a French puncheon, a first for Westland. This single cask #3369 was bottled at 60.4% ABV with just 580 produced. Westland's 6th Annual Peat Week is set for January 21-25 2020 at the distillery in Seattle's SoDo district. This release will be sold exclusively at the distillery.

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  • American Single Malt
    Made in the USA from 100% malted barley. Distilled at one distillery. Matured in oak casks no larger than 700L. Distilled to no higher than 160 proof (80% ABV). Bottled at 80 proof (40% ABV) or higher. (This is the proposed Standard of Identity by the American Single Malt Whiskey Commission.)
  • Cask Type
    French puncheon

Tasting Notes

"Matt Hofmann at Westland has always shown great craft in marrying malt whiskey and wood, and here his streak continues. A combination of wool, brine, and wet earth fill the nose. Ginger cookie and creme brûlée come bounding forward to add an enchanting complexity. Buttered bread and ginger roll over the palate with a drier, campfire peat taking over. A delightfully rich offering to celebrate Peat Week."

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Full Bodied & Peaty