Säntis Malt Edition Dreifaltigkeit Whisky 50cl

Swiss Whisky • 50cl • 52%
Product details
Säntis Malt Edition Dreifaltigkeit
Country Swiss Whisky
Distillery/Brand Säntis Malt
Style Single Malt Whisky

Säntis Dreifaltigkeit

Swiss single malt whisky here from Brauerei Locher's Säntis Malt range! This is an enjoyably peaty expression which is allowed to mature in old oak beer casks, helping to balance the rich smokiness. The Locher family began producing whisky in 1999, after a ban on distilling spirits from grain was lifted, though the family had owned the brewery since the 1800s.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose Toasted brown sugar and earthy vanilla, with layers of soft smoke wafting in from all sides.

Palate Cinder toffee and thick honey, paired with campfire smoke and white pepper.

Finish Meaty malt and some lingering hints of freshly-baked bread.

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Säntis Dreifaltigkeit
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Reviews for Säntis Malt Edition Dreifaltigkeit
This is a wonderful whisky.
There is nothing else that comes close to these flavours. A truly unique whisky!
Master of Malt Customer
4 years ago
Something special.
Had a taste at an event a few years ago and I could get it out of my head. There is something special about this one. If you're a whisky lover and you haven't tasted it yet, you're really missing out! There are other excellent smokey whiskies out there, but this is not smokey, this is barbeque!
Sighing Dutchman , Netherlands
4 years ago
Original and memorable
As a Swiss whisky drinker, i had to try this particular creation from Santis Malt. On the nose, it is already very special, with notes of burned wood, barbecue, old meat, industrial oil/ painting...
On the palate, first caramel, then a strong meat and bonfire Smoke, with lots of spiceness and again, this kind of chemical painting stuff for wood.
Final is Strong and Smoky, quiet long, with soot and burnt meet.
Not like the usual scotch, different but enjoyable.
Joel , Switzerland
4 years ago