Rozelieures is a French whiskey and more exactly from Lorraine. This first Lorraine whiskey was born in the early 2000s, it is the result of the meeting of two of the three essential elements of whiskey. The plum distiller (1st element) Hubert Grallet meets the cereal producers (2nd element) Christophe Dupic. The Vosges mountains which feed the water tables under the town of Rozelieures have provided the third element, pure water. This Lorraine whiskey offers both sweetness and power, to discover in three different versions all really successful.
To be a Single Malt, a whiskey must follow two essential rules. It must come from a single distillery, hence the Single, then come only from malted cereals: the Malt. This malted cereal must be barley, sometimes in rare exceptions it is conceivable that rye is used. Scotland is the biggest producer of single malt whiskey. These are then Scotch Single Malt Whiskey, but you will find other countries, for example Japan, India, the Czech Republic or France which also produce good Single Malts. The principles remain the same, this whiskey must come from a single distillery and the cereal used must be malted barley.
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