Are You Fond of European Whisky? The four best-known whisky-producing countries are definitely Scotland, Japan, Ireland and America. All are…
Bastille 1789 Blended intends to be an homage to the history of France. Produced from wheat and barley from northeastern France is a quite interesting, smooth and sophisticated blend. Read more to get to know this french whisky.
Altough it is a whisky only aged for 4 years, it is an excellent presage of what it is to come from Warengheim’s distillery which produces the Armorik expressions. Read more to learn all about the Armorik Dervenn 2012.
Germany is just taking the first steps producing whisky. Blau Maus Single Cask Malt is a handmade German whisky with very unnusal and unique aromas and flavours. Read more to learn the features of this german whisky.
If you have never tried a Swedish whisky, Mackmyra Brukswhisky is a wise choice. Read more to learn all about the aromas and flavours of this swedish whisky.
One of the countries that is currently producing whiskey is Switzerland. The Langatun distillery has been responsible for boosting swiss whiskey amongst whisky lovers.