We’ve taken Lark beyond Tasmania to explore what makes us unique and what unites us when it comes to a career dedicated to the amber drop. Alongside a collaborative limited cask release with some of the country’s best-in-class whisky bars, we’ll pull up a stool with the brains behind each barrel to chat drive, drinkers and favoured drams, exploring where their fervour for the spirit comes from. In collaboration with some of the country’s best-in-class whisky bars, this small-batch series celebrates what makes us unique and what unites us when it comes to a career in whisky.
Cobbler Bar • 241 Bottles Produced
Opened in 2013 by Martin Lange, Cobbler was Queensland’s first whisky bar. Eight years on, it’s now home to more than 700 ever-changing releases and has a number of awards to its name. Their chosen cask is an apt reflection of the mature and spicy character they’ve developed along the way. **Watch the video:**
Death & Taxes • 210 Bottles Produced
With a four-person crew behind its creation, Death and Taxes is no stranger to collaboration. Providing a much-awarded cocktail and whisky experience in the heart of Brisbane, the team wanted a young, unique cask that would work with the location and fresh offering of the bar. **Watch the video:**