Hidden behind the river Livet, you will find a small group of unlikely skilled craftsmen who have been working for more than 50 years on the unique signature Speyside malt whiskey from the Tamnavulin distillery. They use only the finest ingredients and combine them with their lifelong knowledge of distilling. As a result, the Tamnavulin: an accessible whiskey, soft in taste, but without losing character.
The Benriach is a master of creating the most unique and special whiskys. Whoever says Benriach says: A world of flavour! Experimenting with taste is woven into the DNA of the brand and stems from founder John Duff’s lust for discovery. Today we see that reflected in every whisky. All the Benriach expressions are three-cask matured on casks from all over the world.
GlenGlassaugh, a whisky shaped by land and sea, is a coastal malt from the Highlands. GlenGlassaugh is sweet and tropical thanks to the large amount of minerals in the GlenGlassaugh spring. At the same time you will experience a slightly salty undertone due to the fresh sea air that blows trough the warehouses were the whisky is resting.
The Old Bushmills distillery is the oldest whiskey distillery in the world. Today Bushmills is one of the top 3 Irish whiskey brands worldwide as well as in the Netherlands.
The Japanese characters on the bottle of Tenjaku represent the Hibari bird. Also known to us as the lark. In Japan, it is believed that when the Hibari appears, spring has started. This is a special moment for the people of Japan. Spring is admired for its beauty and purity and is therefore very valuable and loved. Just like spring, Tenjaku whiskey has a pure, pure and soft taste.
Shackleton is a unique blend of 20 of the best Higland malts. Other than its quality, Shackleton is renowned for its rich brand history. Shackleton is a result of the expedition to Antartica by Sir Ernest Shackleton. “In 1907 Sir Ernest Shackleton brought 25 crates of Mackinlay’s whisky along on his ship on an expedition to Antartica. This whisky’s purpose was to strengthen the teamspirit of Shackleton’s shipmen. An entire century later, in 2007, three crates of perfectly preserved whisky were found underneath what once was the basecamp of Shackleton.”