A brilliant addition to the Masthouse range from Kent’s Copper Rivet Distillery! Owned by the Russell family and opened in 2016, you’ll find it housed in a beautiful former pump house in Chatham Docks. The team behind the whisky is all about provenance and transparency, coming up with their own whisky-making rules called the Invicta charter, which stipulates that grains have to come from within 50 miles of the distillery, all operations after malting (but including fermentation) must take place under one roof, and its labelling system must state the grains and type of still used. So this Grain Whisky is made with barley, wheat, and rye, goes through a long fermentation, and is distilled in a combination of pot and column stills. A gorgeous blend of creamy, nutty, herbal, and spicy flavours thanks to the trio of grains.
Cinnamon buns, toasted oats, and almond biscotti.
Buttery vanilla shortbread, toasted rye bread, and woody cinnamon stick, alongside sweet malt.
Spicy rye balanced by vanilla cream and gentle herbaceous elements.