French whisky has prospered in recent years. There are currently three distilleries making single malt whisky in France: Guillon, Glann ar Mor (who have recently produced a peated expression named Kornog) and Warenghem in Bretagne, which has existed since 1900 but only began making whisky in 1994. Read More »
An innovative malt from this Breton distillery. The whisky is aged first in Breton oak casks before being finished in sherry casks. This whisky has a real marine influence, which no doubt comes from the distillery's coastal location.
White Rhino Rye is the first release from Vulson, a collaboration between Domaine des Hautes Glaces in the French Alps and Xavier Padovani of Experimental Cocktail Club. Made from organic rye, grown, malted and distilled on site, it's sweet, fruity and spicy.
From French distillery Glann ar Mor comes this bourbon cask-matured edition of their 35ppm Kornog single malt, named Taouarc'h Trived (not sure what that means). All the Glann ar Mor whiskies are bottled without chill-filtration or colouring.
A single cask 2002 vintage (millésime) release from Armorik, produced at the Warenghem distillery in Brittany. The first 10 year old to be released by the distillery, this was aged in a cask which was previously used for oloroso sherry. Whisky Bible Awards 2014: 92 Points