Lark names Distiller of the Year

Tasmania’s Lark Distillery has been named Australian Distiller of the Year in Whisky Magazine’s Icons of Whisky Australia 2021 awards.

The annual awards recognise the people, places and products that complete the whole dynamic of the whisky industry.
Commenting on the accolade, Lark founder and global ambassador Bill Lark said: “It is a great honour for Lark Distillery to take home such a prestigious accolade from our industry peers.
To be named Australian Distiller of the Year means the world to myself and my wife Lyn and our entire team who have worked tirelessly over the past 29 years to deliver a world-class product and raise awareness of Australian whisky here and around the world.”
Founded in 1992 by pioneer Bill Lark, Lark Distillery has been leading the charge in the Australian whisky revolution for almost 30 years. Lark Distillery houses a range of spirits headlined by its single malt whiskies, including the Classic Cask 43 per cent and Cask Strength 58 per cent, blended malt Symphony No. 1 and collection of unique Limited Releases such as Rare Cask: PARA 50 Vintage Tawny Cask 51%. Lark Distillery also produces a range of Forty Spotted Gins, and handcrafted Tasmanian spirits and liqueurs, such as the Quiet Cannon Rum and XO Brandy.
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