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Saturday, November 16, 2019

Teerenpeli tasting!



Our old friend Kevin Burdge (former manager of our Ballwin location) will be at Forsyth today tasting out some whisky and gin! Come see him!


Come taste them this Today from 1-4pm at our Forsyth location.  Open House 


From Finland
These are SINGLE BARRELS, one of kind, never to be made again.


Teerenpeli Single Malt Whisky 10 Year Old...$99.99
Single Barrel
Only 117 bottles made for the world
Single Sherry Barrel produced:  Made with pure Finnish barley malt and fresh groundwater from the Salpausselk√§ ridge. Ex-sherry cask directly from Spanish sherry producers.


Teerenpeli Single Malt Whisky 12 Year Old...$109.99
Single Barrel
Only 63 bottles made for the world
Family owned Teerenpeli Distillery was established in 2002. Before that Teerenpeli had experience in post maturating products in smaller casks imported from Scotland. Today the distillery is the biggest distillery in Finland, producing over 100,000 litres of new spirit per year. Traditional pot still distilling equipment, purchased from Scotland, is used.




Teerenpeli Kaski Single Malt Whisky...$89.99
100% Sherry cask
Traditionally in agriculture before farming the first thing was to slash and burn the ground to produce KASKI (swidden). This also gives the name to the whisky, KASKI the first phase of cultivation – a new beginning.
KASKI has matured only in selected sherry casks, so it has a color of roasted brown sugar. The scent has notes of fruitiness and a light peat. The taste is smooth, grain-like and rich. Teerenpeli Distillery’s typical spicy aftertaste combines raisin-like fruit cake. KASKI whisky is ideal avec drink.


Teerenpeli Pyygin Gin...$47.99
Finland


PyyGin is well balanced craft distilled gin with lovely citrus taste in the finish.   Teerenpeli distillery uses ten different botanicals in PyyGin. The unique taste combination of juniper berries and aroma hops with local birch leaves and lingonberry go together perfectly.   The distillation in real pot still unites the flavors for this superb gin. The name PyyGin is derived from the Teerenpeli owner last name Pyysing. 


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