Character single malt whisky from the island of Sylt
The SILD Crannog single malt whisky stands out particularly from other single malt whiskys. In addition to its place of origin, the island of Sylt, historically called Sild, it is also stored in 100 l barrels. Each batch of single malt whisky can develop its own unique aroma.
Brewing barley and spring water from the island of Sylt are used for this unique, strictly limited whisky specialty. The SILD is perfected in small wooden barrels on a ship’s cutter. Here the movements of the sea and the rough North Sea climate create a complex, strong and slightly peaty-salty malt tone. The scent is spicy and slightly sweet with notes of dried pepper and cardamom.
Tasting & recommendations
The single malt whisky Crannog with 48% vol. can best be enjoyed pure. To do this, cool the single malt whisky slightly to around 14 ° C or enjoy it on the rocks.