Price per cask (incl. 48 btls, 50cl)
Cask filling date
February 25, 2013
February 27, 2018
Swedish Single Malt Whisky
It has been more than 18 years since we first had the idea to create Swedish Single Malt Whisky. In order to succeed, we had to question a bunch of old truths, around recepies as well as the size of casks. After a whole lot of experimenting, we reached the conclusion of 2 base recipies; one peated and one elegant.
That there was a clear connection between cask size and maturing time was no news. This lead to the 30-liter cask, a solution that no one before had tried. The whisky matures quicker in the small casks and gets a different character as a bonus.
In Sweden, there is no old tradition of making whisky. We thought that was strange when we started to explore if it was possible to make a Swedish Single Malt Whisky, because where we looked, we only saw opportunities.
In Sweden, you will find the worlds cleanest water, filtered to perfection since the ice age. There is no coincidence our first distillery lies next to a ridge with constant access to crystal clear water. Our Swedish barley develops a special kind of sweetness during the summers long days. A sweetness that has become one of the founding pillars of our whisky.
The smoke from swedish peat and juniper gives the peaty recipe a characteristic, swedish personality. It is a true handcraft that requiers both time and precision. The result is a complex, well balanced whisky with a powerful smokeyness.
In the south of Gästrikland is our largest and oldest whisky warehouse located, surrounded by a mighty forrest. In here, the whisky is securely matured, 50 meters below ground in the mountain. It used to be for etracting ore, now the space is given to a more precious product
The Oloroso cask is made out of american oak and then saturated with Oloroso wine to give notes of raisin, dried fruit, wine, dark chocolate and grapes. The characteristics of the cask makes it sweet, round and mellow, which makes it very likable. The colour is beautiful and goes towards dark red tones.