Tasmania’s Lark Distilling Co has been nominated for the International Whiskey and Spirits Competition Worldwide Whiskey Producer of the Year.
Lark is one of only four global nominees who are in the running to take out this illustrious prize to be announced in London on 18 November 2020.
Tasmania’s oldest operating distillery has also been awarded a record number of accolades at the International Whiskey and Spirits Competition (IWSC) including two gold medals and its highest ever score (96 points) for Lark Muscat Cask Single Malt and 95 points for Sherry Matured Single Cask.
Silver medals were awarded to Lark Cask Strength 58% Single Malt Whisky (93 points), Lark Classic Cask 43% Single Malt Whisky (92 points) and Lark’s most recent blended malt whisky SYMPHONY No.1 (90 points).
Lark’s thriving gin distillery Forty Spotted was also awarded a silver medal at the International Whiskey and Spirits Competition for its Forty Spotted Citrus Gin (89 points).