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Oval Cask Ref. 282/22

Single Cask Release

No. of bottles 307



This single cask release additionally matured in a MOSCATEL SHERRY CASK celebrates Oval station.


Oval station was opened in December 1890 as part of the City and South Railway – the first deep-level Tube line. Named after the world-famous cricket ground just a short walk from the station, oval was originally designed with neo-classical details from architect Thomas Philips Figg. The station was modernised in the early 1920s and then again in 1997/98 when internal decorative tiling featuring imagery of a variety of cricketing stances was added.


Nose: Pineapple chunks are joined by cooking apples and peach tarts alongside notes of filter coffee and chopped nuts


Palate: Chocolate and piped vanilla buns sit with orange jelly, orchard fruits and delicate brown sugars


Finish: Fading sherried fruits and balanced ginger spicing


Lines: Northern

Oval Cask Ref. 282/22

SKU: Oval Cask Ref. 282/22
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