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Stauning Whisky

Stauning Whisky

Stauning Whisky

Tasting Notes

Stauning Rye 48% ABV – Freshly-baked rye bread on the nose, then gentle red fruit and ripe cherry on the palate, balanced by vanilla and citrus peels, leading to a peppery finish.

Stauning Kaos 46% ABV – Rounded and sweet to start with pear, sweet apple and quince jam. Then hazelnut notes move to dusty, smoky spices. Zesty and peppery.

Stauning Peat 47% ABV – Tart apple and lemon zest on the nose, settles into cool melon and green grape on the palate with steadily building bonfire. Has a lovely balance.

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Stauning Rye 48% ABV –Freshly-baked rye bread on the nose, then gentle red fruit and ripe cherry on the palate, balanced by vanilla and citrus peels, leading to a peppery finish. Stauning Kaos 46% ABV– Rounded and sweet to start with pear, sweet... more

Description

Stauning Whisky is the result of what can happen when a group of friends with different backgrounds combine their passion and effort in an experiment to push the boundaries of whisky making. Reviving traditional methods lost to industrialization, Stauning whiskies are all made from local grain that is floormalted in-house. Distillation takes place in 24 small copper pot stills – under each of them scorching fire burns. These stills produce whiskies whose deep flavours reflect the surrounding landscape of the Danish West Coast. In 2018 Stauning Whisky moved into its new distillery. A structure with a dramatic silhouette and innovative engineering, that draws upon decades of classic Danish design and architecture. Its sharp angles crafted from burnt timber, mirror the old fishermen’s huts it shares the coast with. Stauning Whisky uses only local barley and rye all of which is floor-malted in-house using methods that draws upon centuries of whisky-making knowhow and tradition – but with a twist of Stauning ingenuity and innovation. Direct-firing the distillery’s 24 copper pot stills helps to create complex and deep flavours and adds weight and character to Stauning’s whiskies. It’s difficult and expensive, but it’s totally worth it. The nine friends all come from very different backgrounds: a doctor, a teacher, a butcher, a chef, a pilot and four engineers. The three SKUS include Kaos, Rye and Peat.... less

Stauning Whisky is the result of what can happen when a group of friends with different backgrounds combine their passion and effort in an experiment to push the boundaries of whisky making. Reviving traditional methods lost to... more

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