The complete agricultural supply chain, including the affiliated food and fibre industries, provide over 1. The agricultural sector, at farm-gate, contributes 3 percent to Australia's total gross domestic product GDP. Australian farmers export about 77 percent of what they grow and produce. The value of our farm exports, and indeed the future of Australian agriculture, depends largely on conditions in overseas markets, due to our high level of exports.
Australian farmers remain internationally competitive through efficiencies and productivity growth.
As a commitment with our future generations, we keep improving our packaging, without compromising its quality, as well as our sustainability design strategy. This is only possible working in collaboration with our packaging suppliers and external institutions. When Sukin first hit the market back in , we were one of the first to say NO to ingredients and processes that can cause harm to you, animals and the environment, creating products that help reduce the demand for harmful ingredients worldwide. In , we decided that we could do one better for the environment and became Carbon Neutral.
Sukin will continue to champion the environment moving forward, giving you peace of mind that the Sukin product you use, will not negatively impact on the environment. It means that we offset each carbon emission that we as a company produce. From the emissions made when transporting our products to store, to running the machines that make our products, to the electricity that powers our offices.
Over the last 10 years, we have invested in several certified projects that have offset our carbon emissions. Certified means that these carbon credits have been assessed against a third-party standard and independently reviewed against that standard. Importantly when the credits are retired this occurs in a public registry to demonstrate transparency. Sukin have previously invested in different types of projects including wind energy — creating clean energy from wind generators in China through Carbon Reduction Institute.
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Lark can unofficially be credited as the place where it all began for modern Tasmanian whisky. The climate, access to barley, natural peat bogs and pure, soft water were all in abundance, but nobody had connected the dots for over a hundred years due to archaic licensing laws. The operation is still a family affair.
This is their highly sought-after 9yo Bourbon Cask release. But worth every cent. The citrus gives way to nutmeg, liquorice, oak and wood smoke. A delicate nose with layers of complexity and lots to find. Finish: Long, lingering, complex with oak and toffee. A remarkable dram for a special occasion. Lark 9yo Bourbon Cask. The selection on offer includes single cask malt offerings in peated and non-peated versions, which are both available at cask strength if preferred. Nose: An intensely sweet satin smooth malt with overtones of vanilla, almond meal and jaffa.
Palate: The palate is reminiscent of spiced orange Turkish Delight, with a fresh mouth cleansing zestiness all intermingled with malty cereal and cocoa. Finish: The finish is deep and enveloping with lingering malt richness.
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Bakery Hill Cask Strength. Northern Tassie is famously home to the cleanest air in the world, and some of the best produce money can buy — this whisky is no exception.
Nose: The omnipresent citrus tones remain with an alluring hint of burnt Australian bush presenting on the nose. Palate: A vanilla sweetness complicates the palate.
Finish: A creamy aftertaste is pleasantly confused by a gentle waft of smoke. The current offering won gold at the awards, and still has some availability through their website if you get in quickly. Nose: Exhibiting honey and fruit aromas when neat, a splash of water unleashes malted barley, aromas of muscat and vanilla with hints of pineapple and buttery caramel. Palate: Intense and complex flavours, a full taste and a rich mouthfeel.
Finish: Smooth and lengthy.
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This is a big Australian whiskey, with a rich palate and mouthfeel and a spicy finish. Perfect for a nightcap, possibly with a cigar. Finish: Long. Vanilla bean laced with spiced raisins. Overeem Port Cask Matured. Timboon Railway Shed Distillery is pretty much exactly what it says on the label. Located in the tiny town of Timboon, in Western Victoria, the distillery is set up in an old railway shed and produces an array of spirits and liqueurs, including this single malt whisky.
The whiskey itself is a beautiful example of an unrestrained single malt Australian scotch whiskey, displaying a balance of flavours with a pleasant viscosity and very smooth, clean finish. Palate: Big and rich, chewy, mild spice.
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