I could venture a guess as to which one made her a little green!
The multiple award-winning Bain’s Cape Mountain Whisky — South Africa’s first and only premium, 100-percent single-grain whisky — is making its United States debut this month at selected locations in Illinois, Minnesota and Missouri.
Named “World’s Best Grain Whisky” at the 2013 World Whiskies Awards, Bain’s Cape Mountain Whisky is skillfully crafted at the James Sedgwick Distillery, in the historic farming town of Wellington, South Africa. The inimitable single-grain whisky owes its delicate aroma and distinctive flavors to the finest-quality South African grain available, combined with local waters that flow over 850-million-year-old sandstone and indigenous fynbos, the shrubland vegetation found in parts of South Africa’s Western Cape.
Bain’s Cape Mountain Whisky is distinguished by its unique “double-maturation” process: After an initial maturation period of three years in specially selected, first-fill bourbon casks, the product is released from the wood and then re-vatted into a second set of first-fill bourbon…
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