John Rutte created John White after noticing the similarities between jenever and whisky. Named not after himself, but Johan de Witt, a famous 17th century politician. This is an exquisite blend of malt and grain with hints of smoke and juniper,
A rye whiskey from Dutch producer Zuidam, obsessed with the number 100. It's 100% rye, 100 months old and is bottled at 100 Proof US (50% ABV). A great example of how it's not only the USA who can do good whiskey.
This is Millstone's 10 years old aged in French Oak. However this cask was actually bottled at 13 and a half years old. This is made at Zuidam's distillery in Baarle-Nassau, where they also produce, rum, genever and liqueurs.
A 12 year old whiskey from Zuidam, bottled under the Millstone label, the name for their Dutch single malt whisky. Matured for 12 years in sherry casks, this is one of Zuidam's first whiskies that takes on the Scots on their home turf.