For day 2 of Travel Exclusives Week we are taking a trip to the Netherlands!
Millstone 10 is a Dutch single malt whisky aged for a total of 10 years.
9 years being is re-fill American Oak and 1 year in new French Oak and then bottled at 40% abv.
The French Oak is going to pull out some spice notes, similar to when we reviewed the Glenlivet 15 French Oak.
Something unique about this whisky is that they use a windmill to slowly grind the barley. Which, according to Millstone, there's no increase in temperature so it preserves the aroma. They also use a longer fermentation period than most others, 5-7 days.
Watch the video review below to see what we think of this Dutch single malt.
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