In late 2009, something remarkable happened - the first English whisky in more than 300 years was bottled by the St. George distillery in Norwich. While the Scottish industry is not yet quaking in its boots, the resulting media furore caused the first few releases to sell out incredibly quickly and the tiny distillery is now firmly on the map. Read More »
A peated malt spirit from England's only distillery, the Norfolk-located St George's. As this is less than three years old, it can't be called whisky. This particular release has spent twenty-two months maturing in a first fill American bourbon cask.
This small batch peated Chapter 9 from the English Whisky Co.'s St. George Distillery has been aged in first-fill ex-bourbon casks for over three years, so it qualifies to be known as English Single Malt whisky. We reckon it'll be popular.
The 11th Chapter of the English Whisky Company's regular releases, now definitely whisky and made with heavily peated malt. A recent award winner at the World Whisky Masters and a demonstration that English Whisky is something to keep an eye on.
A special limited edition bottling from The English Whisky Company to celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee. Only 3300 bottles have been produced, matured in Norfolk near to the Queen's estate at Sandringham.
A very special limited release bottling released for the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton in April 2011. St. George's distillery manager David Fitt has selected an eclectic range of casks for this bottling, including some stock finished in rum or port casks.
The limited edition cask strength edition of The English Whisky Company's award winning Chapter 11. Aged for a little over 3 years and then bottled at full proof this is a punchy young whisky which has aged very well.