Whisky

Whisky

There are few distillates as diverse as high-class whiskey. Come explore our diverse whiskey specialties from Scotland, Ireland, and even America with samples from our picturesque cascade of wooden casks displayed right in our store. VOM FASS offers only the highest quality from experienced distilleries characterized by their unique character. Stop in for a whiskey tour and we will help you discover your personal flavor - whether it's single or blended malt, bourbon whiskey, peated, or cask strength - you've come to the right place!

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The Whiskey Experience


Whiskey is often called the "water of life" and is revered all over the world. VOM FASS continues to honor the treasured principles that produce an exquisite whiskey: superior barley, fine wooden barrels, pure water and perhaps peat. However, the mystique of whiskey is undiminished as it takes more than a lifetime to explore all its secrets. We will gladly help you explore the various traditions, production processes, tastes, and aromatic diversity with a personal tour at our store!


Quality


The whiskey specialties that we offer you are carefully selected and obtained from only the finest distilleries. Each blend is individually composed in collaboration with our suppliers on site and each batch of whiskey, which we procure for you, is personally tasted by us in Waldenburg. Therefore, there is always the assurance of having a personal touch when indulging in these fine spirits.


Distillation, storage, and the perfect blend are always carefully monitored during production. The quality of whiskey depends on many factors: the quality of water, the type of peat, storage in the proper barrel, impeccable timing, and last but not least, patience. This is what characterizes our carefully chosen whiskeys – exceptional flavor, aroma, storage, and origin.

Whisky or whiskey?


If you’ve ever pondered the question - the spelling is actually governed by the way it is favored in its country of origin. As a general rule, Irish and American-produced prefer “whiskey” while Scotland, Canada, and Japan prefer “whisky.” While it may seem like a slight difference in grammar, it can often lead to controversy as there are marked differences in the regional recipes, distillation process, the size and shape of the stills, and the type of peat and grains used.