It may surprise the hardened Scotch drinker to discover that some of the mostly highly praised whiskies in the world come from outside of whisky's traditional heartlands of Scotland and Ireland. Amrut and Penderyn must come in for special praise here, Japanese whiskies having their own section on this site. This is the place to shed your certainties and consider something new.
Independently bottled Dutch single malt whisky from That Boutique-y Whisky Company, released under Zuidam distillerys Millstone name. As if that wasnt interesting enough it spent 6 years maturing under the watchful eye of Master Distiller Patrick van Zuidam.
A superb Dutch single malt whisky from the Zuidam distillery, crafted to the expectations of the family owners, Patrick and Fred Van Zuidam. The whisky was bottled at 40% ABV, the bottle comes housed in a wooden presentation case.
Winner of Best European Rye in the World Whiskies Awards 2015, Millstone 100 is one of the best rye whiskies out there, for sure. The whisky is distilled and bottled in Zuidam, Netherlands, and takes its name from pretty much every production process. Its made using 100% rye, distilled using 100% pot stills, matured for 100 months in 100% American oak and bottled at... you gues…