Lark Distillery

Lark 'Dark Lark' 2023 Release Single Malt Whisky 42% ABV 500ml

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The Highly Anticipated 2023 Limited Release of DARK LARK

DARK LARK is a feast for the senses, an indulgent elixir that burns brightly in the shadows. Discover the golden saffron burst and experience the energy that comes from the Earth. 

DARK LARK opens with a viscous and syrupy sultana arrival, followed by deep mocha and caramel. Bright and fresh tropical fruits follow, laced with freshly baked cookies and subtle oak. It is both clean and moreish, with a tropical crescendo and lingering malt.

Emerging through a misty skied Tasmanian winter, this DARK LARK release opens a portal to our island at the bottom of the world. Initially matured in Port and Sherry casks, with a final maturation in Muscat casks, this heady arrangement is a complex
and approachable dram, something that can be enjoyed with ease and good company.
It's lifted, bright and floral, with heaps of tropical fruits. 

“Allow yourself to be led by the allure of DARK LARK, through a curious portal to the bottom of the world where darkness gives rise to revelry. Where shorter days just means we take more from the night, where the light of exaltation emerges from winter’s depths. DARK LARK is a feast for the senses, an indulgent elixir that burns brightly in the shadows. Let the light of hedonism guide you through the darkest days of winter.”

Whisky of the Year. DARK LARK 2022 was awarded Whisky of the Year at the Australian Whisky Awards, This year's highly anticipated 2nd release has the same great flavour with a sweet Muscat twist.

When the lights go out, the party ignites. Follow the amber glow.

Official Tasting Notes

NOSE: Bright and fresh tropical fruits laced with freshly baked cookies and subtle oak

PALATE: Viscous and syrupy sultana arrival followed by deep mocha and caramel

FINISH: Clean and moreish, with a tropical crescendo and lingering malt

500ml | 42% ABV | Tasmania, Australia

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