Meet the world’s first sonically-matured whisky

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Introducing Bain’s Symphony. Born from a collaboration between two inquisitive craftsmen, Bain’s globally-awarded Founder Distiller Andy Watts and South Africa’s multi-award-winning musician Tellaman. 

How is Bain’s Symphony made different? In a dark cellar at the James Sedgwick Distillery, Bain’s Symphony was triple matured. Twice in new American oak casks, and finally in a sonic cellar, where the smooth vibrations and pulsing sound waves of Tellaman added richness with additional layers of flavour, depth and character to an already exceptional whisky. 

The result? A limited release of 6 000 bottles of sonically-matured Bain’s Symphony. To discover the taste of #WhiskyRemastered, enter our competition to stand a chance to WIN one of 50 bottles of Bain’s Symphony, signed by both Andy Watts and Tellaman. 

Visit www.bainssymphony.co.za to enter and for more information.

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