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Winner of the "BEST SPECIALTY BAR IN TASMANIA". 2015 and 2017 THA AWARDS OF EXCELLENCE. Boutique Whisky Tasting Bar. Home of TRAPPERS HUT, 15 year old Single Cask Release & 'SECLUSION Limited Release Gins' This place is for the serious single malt...more
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Bruny Island HSE of Whisky 360 Lennon Rd, Bruny Island, Tasmania 7150, Australia
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

stunning location, friendly talkative staff, delish whiskeys. Unfortunately very expensive but a good way to try all the local whiskeys in one spot. I went for their own ‘trappers hut’ (3 tastings for $70!). Didn’t have the ones I wanted to purchase (Sullivan’s cove- difficult...More

Thank Polly P
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Our last stop before getting on the ferry was very dissapointing. We had a fabulous day at various places over the island and the service was friendly. We were looking forward to this last last stop only to walk in and be totally ignored. We...More

Thank Rosina B
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

OK, I admit I love Whisky. It was so very hard not to taste EVERYTHING! Loved the explanations. Loved sitting and sipping and staring over the Derwent River. Loved the tasting trays. Recommend.

2  Thank RetiredWazza
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Came here at the end of our bruny island tour, which was a very good tour, the only downfall was this visit. You get a half nip of whiskey to try, which was very average. then you realise its over $350 for a 500ml bottle,...More

Thank Beauden N
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We were blown away by the range of whiskies & gins when we visited as part of the Bruny Island Gourmet Tour. We were given a local whisky or gin to taste on arrival & then invited to browse, ask questions or sample other brands....More

2  Thank Karen M
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This was the last stop on our tour of Bruny Island. On the day we were there during the Christmas holidays there was plenty of parking and good service from the friendly staff. The staff was knowledgable but weren't overly pushy to sell their products...More

2  Thank scott712016
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Not a whisky drinker but appreciated the well presented enterprise and warm welcome Beautiful angora products for sale here too.

1  Thank carriedean72
Reviewed May 24, 2018

Stopped here while on a Gourmet Tour of Bruny Island. I tried a limited edition Gin and did actually purchase a bottle... $85 for a 375ml size. I had never tried a gin before and this one was very nice. Additional tastings are expensive and...More

Thank Pam G
Reviewed May 8, 2018

Not really local whisky and the offerings for tasting were unimpressive. Lovely view and setting with a wide variety of other non-local souvenirs on offer.

Thank Julie T
Reviewed May 8, 2018

We were on our way to Satellite Island in November and stopped to taste Tasmanian Single Malt Whiskies. Tastings @ $12 and 250ml bottles @ $67 were a bit over the top and much higher for the same product in other parts of Tasmania. Presentation...More

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