Symphony Nº1
Symphony Nº1

Symphony Nº1

Whisky 500ml/100ml


Crowned The Category winner for the 2022 World Whiskies Awards - Rest of the World: Blended Malt Whisky No Age Statement.

Symphony Nº1 is the first blended malt from the House of Lark, representing a composition of exceptional Tasmanian single malt whiskies.

Crafted from a symphony of complementary casks, Head Distiller Chris Thomson has expertly woven the complexity of American oak bourbon with the balance of sherry and heavier depth of port to form a creamy, oily melody of flavours; a malt whisky that’s full of life from start to finish and carries the uncompromised signature of Lark Whisky—a Tasmanian icon.


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Tasting Notes


Fresh mango, toasted pineapple, orange, vanilla and tangerines. Luscious and fruity.


Peaches, apricot, even more mango, and sweet Tasmanian apples dipped in toffee.


Fresh fruit and citrus. This whisky has length, poise and balance.

Award winning

Crafted from a symphony of complementary casks

Inspired by the teachings of the Godfather of Australian Whisky, our Head Distiller, Chris, has been distilling at Lark since 2007.

"When I go to a bar, I like to order several single malts and an empty glass. And I blend whiskies from all these different distilleries right there at the table. It feels like I’m painting a picture with a palette of different colours.

We’ve been talking about creating a blended malt here at Lark for a very long time. As far as I’m concerned, we’re amongst the few in Australia who can pull it off.

We began our journey by looking through our portfolios, and were pleased to find that our Bothwell distillery was producing a whisky with some incredible pineapple and tropical notes - that’s really rare. We added a little bit of sherry cask for sweetness, and fortified for depth. There are notes of other whisky genres in there, too, like bourbon and rye. I wanted to create something that would feel relatable. Something that would feel like ‘home’ to anyone who’d experienced it."