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Israeli distillery produces country's first malt whiskey
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Israeli distillery produces country's first malt whiskey

On World Whiskey Day earlier this week Israel's Milk & Honey (M&H) distillery launched the country's first-ever malt whiskey. M&H has bottled the first cask in its experimental series, an integral component of the formulation of the final product, which is now in production at the distillery. The initial sales of the distillery's first 391 bottles of single malt whisky will go on sale later in June.

Israel's first single malt whisky by Tel Aviv's Milk & Honey Distillery is the first whisky to be produced and bottled in Israel after being aged in cask for minimum three years. It therefore complies with the definition of whiskey in Scotland. The special Israeli whiskey is well matured, thanks to the warm Israeli climate.

The first bottles of the whiskey will go on sale to the public in June at selected stores throughout Israel. 

 Click here to read the full article in Jerusalem Post

Friday, June 02, 2017
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