Whisky, whiskey, scotch... this beverage have a lot of names.
On this page you will find our range of different whiskies.
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Release December 15 2020 in Systembolaget! Sold out in two weeks time!!
Isle of Raasay Single Malt Inaugural Release
First Single Malt from Isle of Raasay in the history of Scotland!
The Isle of Raasay Single Malt Inaugural Release is lightly peated with rich dark fruit flavours. This limited edition first release is matured in first fill American oak, and finished in 21 exclusive first fill Bordeaux red wine casks. Bottled at 52% abv, non-chill filtered and natural colour.
From mashing to bottling – Raasay water is used throughout production, adding character to the spirit at every stage. Falling as rain on Dùn Cana, the island’s highest peak, our water flows across volcanic rock and filters through Jurassic sandstone into our distillery well, known as Tobar na Ba Bàine (the Well of the Pale Cow).
Our high quality American oak barrels develop almond, hazelnut, and sweet spice flavours in the spirit, and the previous bourbon contents develop caramel, toffee, and creamy chocolate notes.
The final maturation in French oak casks develops savoury spice flavours, and the Bordeaux red wine infused oak brings rich dark fruit notes to the fore.
Available at Systembolaget March 30!
Waterford Arcadian Gaia Edition 1.2 - Organic Single Malt
First Organic Irish Single Malt.
ORGANIC: GAIA 1.2 is the follow up to first Gaia 1.1 organic Irish whisky as certified by the Organic Trust, having met rigorous production regimens and audits. It begins our new Arcadian Series – our unconventional array of organic, biodynamic and heritage distillates. This first whisky is distilled from organic Irish barley.
A century ago organic malting barley would have been ubiquitous in Ireland; today it is frustratingly rare. When we started the organic project in 2015 – our quest to go back in time to explore alternative farming methods – the volumes of Irish organic malting barley from any one farm were so small there was no possibility of distilling them as a Single Farm Origin. So given the incredibly low yields of organic barley, prior to distillation we combined these crops together as one batch, in contrast to our other distillations. In the years to come, we will be in a position to add a number of Organic Single Farm Origins. As it stands, we have taken all the organic malting barley we can possibly get our hands on.