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Death & Taxes has teamed up with Lark Distillery to create a limited-edition single-malt whisky Death & Taxes has teamed up with Lark Distillery to create a limited-edition single-malt whisky Death & Taxes has teamed up with Lark Distillery to create a limited-edition single-malt whisky Death & Taxes has teamed up with Lark Distillery to create a limited-edition single-malt whisky Death & Taxes has teamed up with Lark Distillery to create a limited-edition single-malt whisky

Death & Taxes has teamed up with Lark Distillery to create a limited-edition single-malt whisky

City-dwellers who favour a post-work tipple or a weekend pick-me-up are known to congregate at Burnett Lane bar Death & Taxes. Celebrated as a spirit-focused watering hole, Death & Taxes especially loves to serve up whisky sips. That's why its newest collaboration couldn't be more appropriate – the crew behind the bar has teamed up with Lark Distillery to concoct a limited-edition single-malt whisky. Here are all of the important deets ...


If there’s one thing for sure, it’s that Lark Distillery and Death and Taxes’ limited-release single-malt whisky is worth swooning over. The bottled elixir is a result of Lark’s ongoing collaboration with some of the country’s best-in-class whisky bars, and the distillery has picked a top-notch drinkery to team up with this time. Death & Taxes boasts a formidable reputation as a top-notch cocktail and whisky perch – it recently won the 2021 Whisky Bar of The Year at the Australian Bartender Awards, marking the second time the cherished sipping spot has received the gong.

This unique drop, which saw a four-person crew put their mixology and booze-crafting skills behind its creation, perfectly reflects the bar’s moody laneway location and top-tier spirit-centric service model. A whiff of this bad boy will treat your nose to smoke and peat laced with vanilla, fresh oak and candied lemon. Once it meets your tastebuds, expect your palate to be pleased with a peaty body accentuated with hints of sweet vanilla, brandy notes and orange oil. With just 216 bottles whipped up from this killer collaboration, we suggest acting quickly if you want to add this limited-edition libation to your bar cart. Secure your bottle at the Lark Distillery website or head to Death & Taxes to try the tipple IRL.

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