Featuring Teeling Irish Whiskey, Millstone Dutch Whisky & Mackmyra Swedish Whisky
Whisky Tasting With Scott Paine from Marussia Beverages
A tutored whisky tasting of fabulous whiskies from small producers and from countries that one might perhaps might not immediately think of when it comes to whisky production!
Craft Whisky Tasting
Tuesday 26th May 2015 @ 7.30pm
Lysses House Hotel
51 High Street
Tickets £10.00 in advance only
Tickets for the Craft Whisky Tasting must be purchased in advance and are non-refundable – however, each ticket will entitle the attendee of the whisky tasting to a £5.00 refund off any orders placed on the evening.
Please purchase your tickets in advance from Fareham Wine Cellar.
Scott Paine, Marussia Beverages, will be showing Irish Whiskey from small independent producer Teeling as well as Dutch Whisky from Millstone and Mackmyra Swedish Whisky. I will confirm the exact details of the whiskies as soon as I have them but think it will be three whiskies from each distillery. This will be a formal seated whisky tasting with a short informational talk about each distillery and whisky as we proceed through the tasting. If you attended the Compass Box Whisky tasting in 2014, it will be the same format as that.
Tickets must be purchased in advance and are non-refundable – however, each ticket will entitle the attendee to a £5.00 refund off any orders placed on the evening of the whisky tasting.
Please find more information about the items we will trying at the whisky tasting below. More details to follow.
Teeling Irish Whiskey
The Teeling Irish Whiskey brand is a newcomer to the Irish Whiskey scene. However the Teeling family have been a large part of the Irish Whiskey world for many years, as far back as 1782. The Teeling family founded and owned the famous Cooley Distillery in 1987. If you are into Irish Whiskey you will probably have tried one of their whiskies before, they include Millar’s, Tyrconnell, Connemara, Kilbeggan and Greenore. The family sold out to Bean Inc (now Beam Suntory) in 2012.
Teeling are currently building a brand new distillery in Dublin, which will be the first new build distillery in Dublin for 125 years. Currently they produce four different whiskies, from stocks they have secured from their old distillery – a blended, a grain, a newly releases single malt (best Irish Single Malt at the World Whisky Awards 2015) and a 21 year old.
Teeling Irish Whiskey, The Teeling Whiskey Company 46%
Teeling Single Grain Irish Whiskey, The Teeling Whiskey Company 46%
Teeling Single Malt Irish Whiskey, The Teeling Whiskey Company 46%
Millstone Dutch Whisky
Millstone Dutch Whisky is a handcrafted whisky from the Netherlands and the only distillery on the world that mills its malted barley using wind power in a windmills! This traditional way of milling causes almost no increase in the temperature of the grain and thus helps preserve the aromas and flavours of the grain.
Millstone Whisky is double distilled in handcrafted copper stills. These are small stills but with a large copper surface – extra contact between the alcohol vapours and the copper helps to eliminate any unwanted substances and also stimulates the formation of the complex and fruity esters. The small stills thus produce a very delicate and fruity new spirit.
Millstone produce a range of whiskies including single malts with various wood finishes and the superb Millstone 100 Rye Whisky – 100% Rye, aged for 100 months in barrel and then bottled at 100% US proof (50% ABV). It won the Best European Rye at the 2014 World Whiskies Awards.
Millstone is owned and produced by the Zuidam family who have over 50 years experience distilling exclusive spirits. They are probably most famous, at the moment, as producers of the fantastic Zuidam Genever.
Millstone 100 Rye Whisky, Baarle-Nassau, Zuidam Distillers 50% 70cl
Millstone Single Malt Whisky, Baarle-Nassau, Zuidam Distillers 40% 70cl
Mackmyra Swedish Whisky
Another relative newcomer to the whisky scene. Mackmyra Whisky was founded by eight classmates from the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm in Mackmyra Bruk, Sweden. Their first commercial release of whisky was in 2002.
They produce a range of very interesting whiskies aged in Swedish oak with some more experimental wood finishes, including casks that have held silver birch wine for the Mackmyra Midnattsol or casks seasoned with gluhwine (along with French Bordeaux and Sherry cask) for their Midvinter whisky.
Mackmyra Brukswhisky Swedish Single Malt Whisky 41% 70cl
Mackmyra First Edition Swedish Single Malt Whisky 46.1%
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