For the third year in a row, the Sydney Whisky Fair was held at the Oak Barrell (Sydney), delivering two days of tipples to a sold-out crowd of whisky enthusiasts.

With more than 170 different whiskies, bourbons, rums, cognacs and armagnacs on offer to sample, visitors and exhibitors alike declared the event a resounding success.

There were some very special whiskies on display, including Jim Murray’s “2012 World Whisky of the Year”, the Old Pulteney 21 year old and a range of extraordinary Japanese whiskies as well.

Other countries on display included Scotland (of course), Ireland, America, Wales and Norway, with a strong contingent of Australian distillers represented, including Tasmania’s Lark’s Distillery and Old Hobart Distillery, producer of the award-winning Overeem Port Matured single malt.

For more information, to see photos from the event or just get your name on the mailing list for info on next years’ event, visit the Sydney Whisky Fair website.

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