‘Burnt caramel and greets your nose with memories of sitting by a campfire. Revealing hints of cinnamon, honey and ginger.’
Notorious for being Australia’s most ruthless bushranger, Dan ‘Mad Dog’ Morgan roamed the southern Riverina in the 1860s, just a stone’s throw from Corowa. He was an outlaw in the truest sense of the word, where crime after crime drove him to madness. “Mad Dog” wasn’t your typical bushranger and this isn’t your typical whisky.
As rare and reckless and the man himself, this drop offers the warming taste of burnt caramel and greets your nose with memories of sitting by a campfire. Revealing hints of cinnamon, honey and ginger, this sweet blend originates from Rutherglen – the very same region once roamed by Mad Dog and one that also lays claim to some of the world’s best fortified dessert wines. This monstrously good whisky has been matured in American Oak barrels that previously contained this delicious Muscat wine.