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Peated Van Loon from the wort

Peated single malt whisky with fine smoky notes
Bottle size (ml)
Age
19,50 €
incl. 19% VAT , plus shipping costs
SKU: 0054
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Description

In our distillery we produce our Peated Van Loon from Scottish barley malt dried over peat fire with 50 ppm and excellent domestic soft water.

The barley malt purchased in Scotland is milled and purified at the Union Brewery.

The sweet wort (WORT) is then fermented in our distillery with pure yeasts and double distilled on small copper stills as a small batch using the pot still method.

Its aging takes place in ex-bourbon barrels that are specially rebuilt for us to 100 liters by our local barrel maker.

The lids are newly made and freshly toasted.

Sensory: sweet corn, tea, leathery smokiness, white grapes, creamy caramel.

Sensory description
  • Honey and strong smoky notes can already be found in the nose of this whisky and are perfectly complemented by the peaty taste and smoky, salty aftertaste.
Production
This peaty whisky is made from smoky Scottish barley malt (ppm 50). The sweet wort is fermented with special pure yeast strains under oxygen exclusion and acid protection, and double distilled. This elaborate double distillation in small copper stills and the careful separation of the "heart" preserves the flavors and results in a natural smoothness. The maturation takes place exclusively in first-fill bourbon barrels. The barrels are converted into 100-liter barrels by the local cooper Krogemann. The lids are new and toasted. Only water is used for dilution during bottling. Bremen's drinking water is of excellent quality. No flavorings or sugars are added, and there is no dilution or blending. Filtering removes flavor carriers such as esters, proteins, and fatty acids, resulting in a change in taste. To avoid this "distortion," we do not use cold filtration. Our whisky is therefore unchillfiltered or non-chill filtered. The filtration is pressureless and uses cellulose.
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