Produced at the James Sedgwick Distillery in Wellington, South Africa, Bain's has been a flagship for South African whisky around the world. Since it's arrival in the UK, it has been a popular fixture at whisky shows, with distillery Andy Watts a well-known face in the whisky community.
The whisky is named after Andrew Geddes Bain, who built the pass that connects Wellington to the interior of South Africa, and is produced in the shadow of the Cape Mountains. A key part of the distillery's drinks lineup, it is accompanied by the Three Ships range of single malts. A great whisky from South Africa's whisky pioneers.