A very special Golotta Bottling Co bottling of barrel ‘Linda’, from the award winning Fleurieu Distillery. The ABV selected and worked on by Peter himself, provides this whisky its outstanding balance of creamy chocolate, hazelnut, fruit and spice notes, accompanied with a welcomed warmth.
Pileated gibbons live in pairs or family groups comprised of an adult male and female and their offspring. Their relationships are monogamous, with life-long partnerships. They are small apes and, like all apes, they do not have a tail. This is an easy way to tell the difference between apes and monkeys. Pileated gibbons are sexually dimorphic (males and females are different). Males are black with white hands, feet and face crest. Being mainly arboreal, pileated gibbons are masters of brachiation, swinging from branch to branch with their exceptionally long forearms, and can bridge gaps between trees that are as wide as 30 to 50 ft (9 to 15 m) and reach speeds of up to 35 mph (56 km/h). Threatened by hunting, and habitat fragmentation and loss.
IUCN Red List Classification – Endangered (decreasing)