Whisky August 17th - An atypical single malt
August 17th Whisky is an atypical single malt with subtle smoky notes. The entire production process is carried out in accordance with ancient traditions, using high quality elements.
The malting is done in the province of Namur, the distillation is done in a high quality Charentais still pot with winter barley called "August" or "Augusta". Its ageing, a very important stage in the making of the whisky, is carried out in very old and high quality oak casks that have contained Port or Cognac.
The August 17th range includes 3 single malt whiskies of 3, 5 and 7 years old as well as a prestigious "Rare Cask" edition.
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