NASSAU SINGLE MALT STRAIGHT WHISKY is handcrafted in an old German distillery founded back in 1878 where skills and craftsmanship were passed among family over generations.
A distillate made from grain, containing at least 40% alcohol by volume and stored for three years. In Scotland it is called (Scotch) Whisky, in Ireland and the rest of the world it is usually called Whiskey.
What makes the malt single? If the whisky consists of pure malt, but is mixed from several distilleries, it is called “Pure Malt” or “Vatted Malt”. If it comes from only one distillery, it is called “Single Malt”.