Lenaïck Lemaître, a hotelier-restaurateur from Saint-Malo, who runs a local whisky club, started by raising and assembling exceptional whiskies from Breton brandy. Its first bottling – Grand'Pa a malt whisky aged in ex-bourbon cask with double maturing in ex-centenary cider cask cask cask), Ed Unan (a buckwheat whisky aged in cask quarter), or Mesk (a blend of malt whiskey and buckwheat) – an immediate success. The young entrepreneur then pursued his whisky project further by equipping himself with two 500 liters stills which he installed in… Languenan, in the Côtes d'Armor (22). The first distillations took place at the end of February 2017.
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Categories : Whisky, Whisky d'assemblage, Whisky de malt, Whisky de sarrasin, Bretagne