Armorik 2011

Warenghem, which started producing whisky in 1983, is a true pioneer. In 1998, the Breton distillery made history by unveiling the very first French single malt under the Armorik brand. Since then, David Roussier, its general manager, has considerably perfected the different stages of production of its whiskies and even called upon the advice of the late Jim Swan. Moreover, if Warenghem has remained faithful to its two pot stills, from the beginning of the 2000s, it has diversified by betting on Breton oak species and local casks.

Tasting Notes

The pioneer of French distilleries has produced a whisky of great generosity, supported by an impeccable distillate. Apple, candied lemon, honey. The chouchen (a local type of mead) cask works perfectly and strongly links the whisky with its terroir.

Tech sheet

Region : Brittany

City : Lannion

Type of cask : Bourbon and Chouchen

Distillation date : 2011

Bottling date : 2020

Edition : VF004

Cask Number : 480

ABV : 50%

Number of bottles : 262

Peat : no