Celebrate Tasmanian Whisky Week at Evolve

To celebrate Tasmanian Whisky Week we’re hosting an exclusive whisky tasting evening at Evolve Spirits Bar.

About this event
Tasmania is home to some of the world’s finest distilleries and we’re highlighting two of the best at this exclusive tasting event — Overeem Whisky and Spring Bay Distillery.

Monday 8 August, 6pm Arrival for a 6:30pm start
Evolve Spirits Bar (MACq01 building)
Tickets: $60 pp

Ticket price includes a glass of Tasmanian sparkling or Tassie beer on arrival, Tasmanian cheeses, charcuterie grazing board, and a guided tasting of three nips of Overeem Whisky and three nips of Spring Bay Whisky.

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A glass of Tasmanian sparkling or beer on arrival

Tasmanian cheese and charcuterie grazing boards

A guided whisky tasting with the head distillers from Overeem Whisky and Spring Bay Distillery.

Overeem whiskies 15ml each:

  • Overeem Port Cask Matured 43% ABV
  • Overeem Muscat Cask Finish 48.5% ABV
  • Overeem Sherry Cask Matured 60% ABV Cask Strength

Spring Bay whiskies 15ml each:

  • Spring Bay Ex-Bourbon Cask 46% ABV
  • Spring Bay Apera (Seppeltsfield PX Cask) 46% ABV
  • Spring Bay Tas Whisky Week Limited Edition Spanish PX Cask 48%

Whisky bottle sales available on the night

About Overeem Whisky – Visit Website

Situated in the south of Tasmania is the Old Hobart Distillery, home of Overeem Whisky, nestled among the trees of the Overeem family home that produces their premium, award-winning Single Malt Whisky. Overeem Whisky is made from the finest ingredients Tasmania has to offer with barley to rival the best in the world and water recognised as the cleanest. Headed by Casey Overeem, it began and continues to be a family-owned and operated business.

About Spring Bay Distillery – Visit Website

Spring Bay Distillery’s approach to making single malt whisky ensures every part of the process has the highest quality application that can be achieved. The use of premium Tasmanian barley, the quality of the wash, the distilling, the careful selection of casks and importantly using arguably the best water in the world – East Coast Tasmanian rainwater.

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