WILLIAM BUCKLEY WAS A CONVICT WITH A DISDAIN FOR AUTHORITY. REFUSING TO SURRENDER HIS FREEDOM, IN 1803 HE ABSCONDED FROM THE DOOMED PORT PHILLIP SETTLEMENT INTO UNFORGIVING BUSHLAND. HIS CHANCES OF SURVIVAL? BUCKLEY’S.
This smooth rye whisky is all caramel and oak on the nose. Subtle rye grassyness, with a toasted rye character that comes from American charred oak barrels. The mash bill is 95% rye and 5% malted barley which lifts and rounds that dry rye spice. Buckley's is a full bodied aussie whisky, ready for mixing, rocks and classic brown spirit cocktails.