Germany

Slyrs Bavarian Whisky Tasting at Christiansen’s (Event)

Slyrs Bavarian Single Malt Tasting at Christiansen's (Whisky Cask Strength Event Lantenhammer Bayern Brotzeit)

When Bavarian fruit brandy makers Lantenhammer decided to distill their first whisky in 1999, there was not really a market for such a product. Still, they deemed the experiment worth a try – after all, whisky was big in Scotland at that time (more…)

The Glen Els Triple Port (Review)

The Glen Els Triple Port (Special Edition Harzer Single Malt Whisky Finish Tasting Notes)

One of the whiskies I like most is not made in Scotland or Ireland or even Japan. It is manufactured in the middle of Germany, in the beautiful low mountain range Harz. By now, you might have guessed that I am speaking of The Glen Els, which is produced at Hammerschmiede (more…)

Blaue Maus Single Cask Malt Whisky (Review)

Blaue Maus Single Cask Malt Whisky (Fleischmann German Whiskey Bourbon Dram Drinking Review Bottle BarleyMania)

Unlike the world’s biggest whisky nations, such as Scotland, Ireland or the US, Germany does not have a century-long tradition in distilling the water of life. The Destillerie Blaue Maus, which means “blue mouse  distillery”, is our country’s longest-running whisky manufacturing site. (more…)