New French Whiskey!

Our new French Whisky has arrived! 

Bastille 1789 Blended Whisky is produced in Angoulême, South West of France. The mash bill is 50% malted barley and 50% wheat from the north east of France. It is distilled twice in Charente copper stills, and aged in Limousin oak barrels which have previously held Sauternes and Cognac.

Bastille 1789 Blended Whisky
94 points – Beverage Testing Institute
91 points – Wine Enthusiast
91 points – Ultimate Spirits Challenge






Try it in an old fashioned, for delicate notes of orange marmalade and gingerbread.

1 oz Dry red Guérin Vermouth
2 oz Bastille Blended whisky
splash soda water
dash of orange bitters
garnish: orange slice
Add Dry Red Guérin Vermouth and Bastille Blended Whisky over ice in an old-fashioned glass. Add the slash of soda water, the dash of orange bitters and the orange slice. Stir and enjoy!

Jean-Marc Daucourt was born into a family of cognac distillers in Angoulême, France. He inherited a passion for the art of distillation, and four generations of experience. The son of an Irish mother and a French father, he honed his craft as a young man in a famous distillery in Scotland. After years of producing great Cognac, he partnered with his brother Edouard and his nephew Charles to branch out and create a unique whiskey, using the gooseneck pot stills of the family distillery, traditional to the Charente region. 

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