The Whisky Club is giving Australian whisky drinkers the opportunity to buy one of the last remaining bottles of Sullivans Cove’s world-beating French Oak Cask HH0525.
In 2014, Sullivans Cove French Oak Cask HH0525 took out World’s Best Single Malt at the World Whiskies Awards, which was the first time a whisky from anywhere other than Scotland or Japan took out the prestigious title.
This extremely rare single cask whisky can demand a price tag of up to $25,000, but one whisky drinker will own it for a mere $525, in a ballot launched this week to celebrate 30 years of Australian distilling.
The bottle comes from the private collection of The Whisky Club co-founder Bert Cason, who was previously sales and marketing manager at Sullivans Cove.
“This is a truly unprecedented opportunity in whisky history. It’s a once-in-a-lifetime chance for Aussie whisky lovers to own an almost unobtainable bottle of whisky,” said The Whisky Club co-founder Emily Ashbolt-Cason.
The ballot opened Wednesday June 22, 2022 and closes August 15, 2022.