The M&H Distillery Unveils The “Elements” Series – A Trilogy of Single Malt Whiskies

The M&H Distillery has a new release. Following the global launch of The M&H Distillery’s first Single Malt Whisky earlier this year, the “Elements” series is a trilogy of single malt whiskies.

Made in Tel Aviv hot & humid, Mediterranean climate, each of the 3 Elements whiskies is based on ex-bourbon and STR casks (Shaving, Toasting and Re-Charring casks), along with different casks that enhance the flavor and creates distinct and original aromas: a sherry cask from Jerez, Spain, a peated cask from Islay, Scotland, and ex-red wine casks from one of Israel’s top wineries. 

Elements Sherry is made using primarily sherry casks, both oloroso and Pedro Ximenez in its maturation, created exclusively in Jerez, Spain for The M&H Distillery. Oloroso and PX sherry casks characterize the fruity flavors, rich aromas, with a special deep but natural color. The Elements Sherry is the first ever single malt whisky that was matured in Kosher sherry casks.

Elements Red Wine celebrates Israel’s diverse, local terroir and creates a floral single malt whisky with notes of dark chocolate. Israel’s diverse climate and variety of soil types bring a spicy and original flavor to Israeli wine – and in turn, to the casks that The M&H Distillery uses for its Elements Red Wine edition. 

Elements Peated, the Atlantic meets the Mediterranean. This whisky was matured in casks from Islay, Scotland, and is soaked with smoky aromas and salted flavors. The result is a delicate and lightly peated whisky.

“I am very proud to see the Elements series outcome,” says Tomer Goren, Head Distiller of The M&H Distillery. “It is all about the unique taste of each whisky, influenced by the different casks it matured in. Our goal was to create a series of well balanced and complex whiskies that will suit every palate.”

The M&H Distillery’s Elements series is now available for purchase in select stores and online. The M&H Distillery’s collection of spirits is distributed in The Netherlands by Bresser & Timmer.

Source: The M&H Distillery

 

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