All about making whisky
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Beyond the tasting, the journey is the heart of our selection process. Of Scotland to Japan via Taiwan to the whiskeys, Haiti & Martinique via the Marie-Galante rums , it is always with the same enthusiasm and the same humility as we go in search of the greatest spirits...
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A question of identity. As the traditional producers of whiskey and whisky, Ireland, the United States and Scotland serve as the most accomplished role models. These nations produce spirits with strong identities that are recognised throughout the world. Japan, meanwhile, offers a textbook example of getting it right. With an innovative whisky culture and particularly rich soil, the Japanese archipelago has developed unique expertise and shaken up traditional categories despite its status as a newcomer.
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This catalogue relates special moments chosen from the history of these spirits. It also explains various technical concepts, particularly those related to stills, without forgetting the most important subject, the very origin of all alcohol: botanics.
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Discover the tasting notes for the bottlings featured in the "Kilt Attitude" and "Alambic & Botanic" 2014 catalogues.
PDF, 87 pages, 9 MB
B for Bars and Barmen, A for Art and Artist, S for Spirit and Spirits. Our 2013 Collection is about all of these. We have selected five whisky bars located in the four corners of the planet and five important figures, key players in France’s bar revival.
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The title of our 2012 Collection, ARTIST, might seem ambitious. But this theme is at the heart of our profession as it leads us to meet a host of people with incredible talent.
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After more than fifty years dedicated almost entirely to the exploration of the world of whiskies, we have decided to explore other categories of spirits; firstly because of their natural link with whisky, and secondly because of our history.
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The 2011 Catalogue is the embodiment of the work that La Maison du Whisky has undertaken to expand into other spirits in recent years. It offers an opportunity to explore not only the world of whisky but also the world of spirits in its entirety.
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Discover whiskies from key leading distilleries and countries. This catalogue features Scotland in particular, with its mythical single malts, and its distilleries that have been closed for almost 30 years, with Port Ellen and Brora at the top of the list.
PDF, 83 pages, 10 MB
New Spirit is the name given to whisky before it has been put into casks. Find the tasting notes for this DNA for each of the featured distilleries.
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This 2008 collection brings together both the unmissable new releases of the year and the timeless expressions for each of the featured distilleries. A feast for the eyes and the taste buds.
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A catalogue covering the majority of official bottlings available, as well as bottlings from independent bottlers, thereby ensuring access to the best of both worlds.
PDF, 36 pages, 1 MB
1956-2006 This catalogue explains the history, choices, and the rich, fascinating world which La Maison du Whisky has been a part of for the last 50 years!
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The 2005 collection catalogue takes the form of an ABC of the distilleries in the main producer countries.
PDF, 52 pages, 1 MB
In the 2004 collection catalogue, discover the origin of the aromas and flavours of whisky.
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In the 2003 collection catalogue, discover shared stories and experiences from upholders of the tradition and quality of whisky.