With over 50 different types of whiskeys, our cellar is a must visit for any whiskey lover living in or visiting Copenhagen!

With over 50 different types of whiskeys, our cellar is a must visit for any whiskey lover living in or visiting Copenhagen!

whiskey in Copenhagen


Fercullen Amarone Cask Finish

“A single grain whiskey from the Powerscourt Distillery. Smooth, silky soft texture, honey and cinnamon sweetness, fruit cocktail, light chocolate.”

Fercullen 8yr

“A blend of carefully selected casks of aged malt and grain whiskeys, Fercullen Premium Blend Irish Whiskey, is aged in seasoned oak giving it a rounded smoothness and unique depth of flavour that draws from a rich background of grain, malt and toasted oak.”

Fercullen 10yr

“Carefully selected from rare stocks of aged Irish Whiskey, the Fercullen 10-year-old Single Grain Irish Whiskey has been aged exclusively in white oak for over a decade before being recasked to mature in fresh bourbon barrels. Balanced, with light, sweet, subtle tones, this inspiring Irish whiskey lends character and company to any occasion..”

Fercullen 14yr

“Carefully selected from rare stocks of aged Irish whiskey, Fercullen 14-Year-Old Single Malt has been expertly distilled and set aside to mature in bourbon barrels by one of Ireland’s most accomplished Master Distillers Noel Sweeney.”

Fercullen 18yr

“An exquisitely Balanced Single Malt Irish Whiskey. Matured in bourbon barrels for over 18 years. Oak and Bourbon tones have married to deliver the perfect Whiskey for celebrating very special moments.”

Fercullen 21yr

The oldest expression released by The Powerscourt Distillery to date, this will become an exclusive annual release with the vintage year prominent on the label.
This whiskey is a marriage of 21 year old bourbon barrel matured whiskeys and a selection of Spanish Oloroso Sherry and Pedro Ximénez finished whiskey.
Taking inspiration from the atmospheric bodegas of the Andalusian region of Spain, the distillery team have combined the distinctive dark fruit sherried flavours of the region with the soft elegance of 21 year bourbon matured malt whiskey.

Bottled at 46%, non-chill filtered and natural colour, this Single Malt is destined to become one of the great Irish whiskeys of the modern era.

Middleton Very Rare

“Sweet and spicy with citrus, vanilla, cinnamon and liquorice  hints. Long lasting finish.”

Middleton Barry Crocket Legacy

“Named after the distillery’s master distiller, and it is aged in both bourbon and new American oak barrels! Very interesting indeed and a limited release of around 2,500 bottles per year.”

Green Spot

“Soft spice flavour from bourbon casks with a long vanilla finish.”

Green Spot – Chateau Leoville Barton

“Soft spice flavour from bourbon casks with a long vanilla finish.”

Blue Spot 7yr

“A triple distilled 7 year old single pot still Irish whiskey, drawn from a combination of bourbon, sherry, and Madeira casks, bottled up at cask strength.”

Yellow Spot 12yr

“Sweeter and harder than Green Spot. Apricot and almond flavours.”

Red Spot 15yr

“Subtle, with orange, pineapple, gentle vanilla, creamy custard, and even a touch of watermelon dancing across a rich, grainy backdrop.”

Red Breast 12yr

“Spicy, almondy, citrus and sherry taste. Long creamy finish.”

Red Breast 12yr Cask Strength

“Big fruity, spicy, biscuit taste with a caramel and malty finish.”

Red Breast 15yr

“15 year aging making it earthier and more potent.”

Red Breast 21yr

“Oloroso and bourbon cask aging for a rich and creamy flavour.”

Red Breast Lustau Edition

“Matured in a combination of American and European oak casks for 9 to 12 years, before being transferred over to first fill Oloroso Sherry casks from Bodegas Lustau for a year. Honey and cinnamion to taste, with a sweet apple finish.”

Red Breast All Sherry Cask

“Buttery, velvety texture. Sweet fruity flavours, apples and dates accompanied by cinnamon. The overall complexity is balanced by vanilla-infused mocha. Very similar to Brandy characteristics.”

Teeling Vintage Reserve 21yr

“Age in bourbon and sauternes wine casks. Complex fruit and nut taste.”

Teeling 24yr Single Malt

“Distilled in 1991, this 24-year-old whiskey from Teeling was aged initially in bourbon barrels before being finished in Sauternes casks. Made with a small amount of peated malt, this is a subtly sweet whiskey with notes of ripe fruit and a hint of smoke.”

Teeling Gold Reserve 26yr Single Malt

“After being double distilled and spending 25 years in a selection of bourbon casks, the whiskey was finished for a year in White Burgundy wine casks.”

Teeling Stout Cask Small Batch

“Collaboration whiskey between Teeling and various breweries (depending on bottle edition) finished in their stout barrels. Chocolatey and rich, with a light hint of rye spice backing it up with a subtle jenever-like maltiness to finish.”

Teeling Single Grain

“Matured in wine casks. Light and fruity with good depth of flavour.”

Teeling Single Malt

“Fruity with cinnamon and pepper hints”

Teeling Single Pot Still

“It’s made from 50% malted and 50% un-malted barley, a rather historic and traditional Dublin mash bill, bottled at 46% ABV without any chill-filtration or additional colouring.”

Teeling Plantation Rum Cask

“Fills the mouth with strong fruits. Well balanced and lasting finish.”

Teeling Pineapple Rum Cask

“Rum influence is very present, mainly through those classic funky, dunder-like aromas. Everything is complemented by spices, mainly cinnamon. “

Teeling Dark Porter Cask

“A small batch whiskey produced at Teeling and matured in collaboration with ex-DOT Brew Dark Porter Casks to impart wonderful chocolatey notes to this fruity and spicy whiskey.”


“Grain whiskey slowly matured for a minimum of five years in American oak casks before blending with Irish Single Malt whiskey to produce this original blend. “

Bushmills Black Bush

“A rich, dark, Irish blend, Black Bush contains a high proportion of triple-distilled single malt, aged in Oloroso sherry casks for around 8-10 years before marriage with the grain. Picked up the top prize in its category at the World Whisky Awards 2010.”

Bushmills 10yr

“Medium body, fruity taste with a floral finish.”

Bushmills 12yr

“11+-year-old ex-Bourbon and ex-Oloroso casks that have been married and finished in ex-Marsala casks for 6-9 months. In a way, it’s like a baby Bushmills 21, or Bushmills 16, but with Marsala instead of Madeira or Port”

Bushmills 16yr

“Rich with berries, honey and winter spice flavours.”

Bushmills 21yr

“Oloroso, bourbon and madeira aged. Complex, fruity flavour.”

Bushmills Distillery Exclusive

“The sweet spice intensity develops from the first taste creating a creamy mouthfeel. Honey and floral notes rush in marrying with the sweet vanilla and accentuated dried fruit flavours”

The Irishman

“Medium body with a fruity, cream taste. Almond and oak finish.”

The Irishman – Founders Reserve

“Well-rounded with a fruit, vanilla and cinnamon taste.”

Tullamore Dew

“Very approachable, smooth Irish whiskey.”

Tullamore Dew 12yr

“Light body with nutmeg, honey and fruit flavours.”

Tullamore Dew 14yr

“Well balanced with tastes of malt and dark spice.”

Tullamore Dew Malt 15yr

“The only Irish Single Malt whiskey in existence matured in four different types of cask: old bourbon, dry oloroso sherry, port and madeira.”


“Heavily peated. Full body with honey and malt flavour.”

Kilbeggan Single Grain

“The aroma begins with a lemon tart complete with pastry shell. There’s a bit of vanilla custard there as well. These flavors continue on the palate where the grain flavors reveal themselves a bit more. “


“A well-known blend, reputedly named after a gregarious travelling sales rep for the distillery who made sure that everyone who crossed his path tried a glass.”


“Well own Irish whiskey, made of blend of pot still and grain whiskey.”

Powers 12yr Special Reserve

“Well balanced with a chocolate, vanilla and coffee flavour.”

Powers 12yr John’s Lane Edition

“Very smooth with vanilla, dry spice, chocolate and coffee. There is dark fruit here too, raisins and blackcurrants.”

Tyrconnell 16yr

“Double-distelled in Cooley Distillery’s copper pot stills and aged for 16 years in American oak barrels. Oily and smooth, citrus tasting notes, the richness of the spice sees off the fruit and concludes a strong dram. “

West Cork Whiskey

“A basic blended Irish whiskey from West Cork Distillers matured in ex-bourbon casks.”

Drumshanbo Single Pot

“Balanced and creamy with notes of spice cake, chocolate oranges, sultanas, mission fig, and butter toffee with a kick of spice.”


“Incredibly smooth, with woody and nutty tones. Mellow, pot still whiskey with toasted wood and sherry undertones.”

Jameson Black Barrel

“Twice charred Irish whiskey”

Jameson Gold Reserve

“Wonderful blend of malted and unmalted barley with delicate aroma and very rich and complex flavour. Awarded a massive 94 points in Jim Murray’s Whisky Bible.”

Jameson 18yr

“Mellow flavours of toffee and nuts with medium-length harsh finish.”

Jameson 18yr Bow Street

“Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey and Single Grain Irish Whiskey aged for at least 18 years, from a mix of ex-Bourbon and ex-Sherry barrels, it’s similar to the Jameson 18 year Limited Reserve, but with three key differences: No chill filtration, delivered at full cask strength and the location of the finishing.”

Jameson Select Reserve

“Full bodied with hints of coconut and cinnamon.”

Jameson Crested

“A very balanced blend of pot still and sherry matured whiskies.”

Jameson Caskmates IPA Edition

“Jameson sent its used whiskey casks over the Franciscan Well brewery, where they were used to aged some IPA beer. After that, the casks made their way back to the distillery, were they were used to finish this enjoyable Irish whiskey.”

Jameson Triple Triple

“Aged in bourbon and sherry casks then introduced to hand selected Málaga casks.”


Ailsa Bay

“Precision distilled single malt scotch. It’s got a rich and earthy backbone, with sweet liquorice and touches of tar.”

Ardbeg 10yr

“Very heavily peated. Soft and sweet with a long, smoky finish.”

Ardbeg Uigeadail

“Highly peated with sweet fruit and honey flavour.”

Balvenie 12yr

“Very lightly peated with sweetness and spiciness from bourbon casks.”

Balvenie 14yr Single Barrel Sherry Cask

“Full bodied with hints of tropical fruits and creamy toffee.”

Balvenie 17yr DoubleWood

“Warm Acacia honey and green apples on the nose leading to warm winter spices, vanilla and honeysuckle on the palate. The finish is gloriously long with notes of vanilla and honey.”

Chivas Regal 12 yr

“One of the best known Scottish blended whisky out there. Sweet and very balanced.”


“Medium smoked with a rich and balanced taste”

Glenfarclas 12yr

“Medium body and lightly smoked malty flavour with hints of apple, toffee sherry.”

Glenfiddich 12yr

“Light and floral with a good balance of sweet wood and fruits.”

Glenfiddich 15yr

“Medium body, sweet and spicy with raisin and dried fruit taste.”

Glenfiddich 18yr

“Rich sherry, ginger and apricot flavours.”

Glenfiddich 21yr

“Caribbean rum cask. Deep, fruity flavour with a malty vanilla finish.”

Glenkinchie 12yr

“Light bodied and mildy smoked.”


“Fresh, creamy, toffee taste with a soft malt and fruit finish.”

Glenmorangie – Lasanta

“Sherry cask finish for great depth. Sweet orange and walnut taste.”

Hazelburn 10yr

“Toffee apples, fresh honey and fragrant pears. Hints of vanilla. Good mouthfeel paired with bright notes of vanilla and Crunchie bars. More lively fruit notes underneath. Oily and sweet on the finish.”

Hazelburn 12yr

“Unpeated, sweet caramel flavour.”

Highland Park 12yr

“Fresh, clean and very aromatic. Floral notes abound the senses with a light grassiness. Notes of creamy Manuka honey and a touch of juicy citrus with cream and a well-balanced sweetness.”

Johnny Walker Black Label

“Black Label is a blend of around 40 whiskies(!), with a distinctive mellow smoky note.”

Johnny Walker Red Label

“Simple stuff. Green apples. Sour cream. Honey.”

Laphroaig 10yr

“Big, smoky muscular peat notes. There are spices, and liquorice, as well as a big dose of salt. This whisky has become slightly sweeter in recent years, and it appears beautifully on the nose.”

Laphroaig Quarter Cask

“Oily and buttery nose, with toffee, nuttiness, hickory, bicarbonate of soda, rum and raisin ice cream and zest. Big rush of sweetness, in fact it’s an explosion of sweetness, with fiery chilli heat, TCP, sweet cereals and a touch of cola syrup.”

Monkey Shoulder

“A Speyside trifecta – a blend of Glenfiddich, Balvenie, and the Kininvie distilleries.”

Old Pulteney

“A very popular Highland dram, with banana and sweet citrus fruit notes alongside a faint whiff of brine. A winner at the World Whisky Awards 2010 and a perennial favourite.”

Rare Find 18yr

“Aromas of citrus, marmalade and a hint of fudge, which develops into beeswax and acacia honey. Vanilla fudge, barley sugars and molasses. A peppery and fragrant wood finish.”

Speyside SMS Reserve

“Plenty of plummy notes, dried figs, hints of strawberry jam as well as overripe banana and hints of gingerbread with honey. Hints of vanilla pastry. Leafy notes, old ropes, damp tobacco.”

Springbank 10yr

“The 10 year old from the Springbank distillery in Campbeltown, a mixture of both bourbon and sherry matured whisky.”

Springbank 15yr

“Sweet at first, with hint of pepper and nuts.”


“Heavily peated with a warm malt taste and a black pepper finish”


The Akkeshi

“From Hokkaido’s Akkeshi Distillery, this lightly peated whiskey has a golden hue and mild, toasty aromas of almond and vanilla.”

Chichibu Single Malt Whisky Chibi Daru

“Medium bodied with apple and apricot notes and some earthy spiciness.”

Chichibu The Floor Malted

“Light body. Cereal and red fruit flavours.”

The Chita

“The flagship release is aged in a combination of wine, sherry and bourbon casks. This is a light whisky with subtle notes of mint, honey and wood spice.”

The Kurayoshi

“Coffee, caramel, chocolate and raisins. The aftertaste is soft. Elegant and accessible, a nice balance.”

The Matsui

“A velvety mouthfeel with rich oak, cinnamon, ginger and a touch of chilli spice, balanced by toffee sweetness.”

Nikka 21yr

“Fine balance of dark spices, fruits and sherry notes. Very flavoursome with a long finish.”

Nikka Coffee Grain

“Bourbon-like vanilla and corn notes with a herbal hint of chamomile. Sweet, fruity flavours of melon, grapefruit and thick syrup, balanced by crunchy biscuits and fresh vanilla.”

Nikka Single Malt Miyagikyo

“A light and pure nose that consists of fruits such as lemons, oranges and floral scents mixed with a bit of sweet sensations such as caramel and cinnamon all mixed with a hint of oak.”

Nikka Yoichi 17yr

“Medium bodied, clean and crisp. Fruity with a little smoke.”

Suntory Whisky Toki

“Green apple on the palate leads along bright citrus notes from pink grapefruit. Bitter herbs, toasted almonds and vanilla oak linger underneath.”

The Togouchi 9yr

“Sweet apricot and plum notes, with a dusting of baking spices. Lemon and orange peel notes develop, with a pinch of peat smoke underneath.”


Bulleit 95 Rye

“Made with a mashbill of 95% rye and 5% malted barley and is produced in small batches. An absolutely stunning rye that won a Double Gold medal at the San Francisco World Spirits Competition in 2013.”

Bulliet Bourbon 10yr

“Deep russet in color, rich oaky aromas. Consistently smooth taste with vanilla, dried fruit, and a long, smoky finish.”

Canadian Club

“A giant of Canadian whisky, created in 1858 and spending six long years in oak before bottling for the smoothest possible flavour.”

Elijah Craig 12yr

“Full bodied. Very smooth with hints of liquorice and apple.”

Elijah Craig Small Batch

“Pure sweetness, honey, marzipan, and wildflower notes. The sweet drive is nicely backed with drying oak on the pronounced finish.”

Four Roses

“Very popular bourbon, aged a minimum of five years in oak barrels for extra smoothness and carefully blended for a consistently smooth, creamy flavour.”

Four Roses Small Batch

“A terrific small-batch bourbon from Four Roses – and in this case, Small Batch means just that – only four casks are used in the construction of each release. Sweet and spicy, with a generous dash of vanilla, this is a treat.”

J.W. Kelly

“Wonderful caramel color with spicy flavor notes of oak, white pepper, vanilla and English toffee. The unique blend teases your palate with honey, baking spice and nutmeg as well as hints of coffee and fine chocolate.”

Jack Daniels

“Quite smooth and soft with notes of banana milkshake, a mixed nut note, a touch of caramel with crème anglaise.”

Jim Beam

“Aged for four years in oak barrels to create a smooth, mellow taste with hints of spice.”

Michter’s Straight Rye

“Butterscotch, dry wood, spicy rye notes with bits of creamy vanilla and a hint of something fruity. Big, bold and just lovely. An outstanding balance of spicy and sweet. Cinnamon and pepper followed by vanilla and sweet cherries.”

Southern Comfort

“Tinned peaches, hints of golden syrup and a touch of marzipan.”

Whistle Pig Straight Rye 10yr

“Butterscotch and honey, spice and a hint of mint. Powerful baking spices and pralines with vanilla and more. Bold and strong with toffee and wooded spice.”

Wild Turkey 101

“America’s biggest-selling premium bourbon, the much-loved Wild Turkey 101 is a richly-flavoured concoction with a mellowness that belies its high strength.”

Woodford Reserve

“Notes of honey and spice, leather, a touch of cocoa, a little smoke, toasty oak and vanilla cream with a hint of butterscotch.”

Woodford Reserve Distiller’s Select

“Rich, chewy, rounded and smooth, with complex citrus, cinnamon and cocoa. Toffee, caramel, chocolate and spice notes abound. Silky smooth, almost creamy at first with a long, warm satisfying tail.”


Limeburners Single Malt Whiskey – Sherry Cask

“Western Australian single malt made using local barley. This incarnation of their small-batch whisky has been finished in Australian sherry casks after maturation in second-fill bourbon. The nose is dominated by spice and fruit notes, underscored by malted barley, vanilla, raisins and butterscotch. These notes continue on to the palate, followed by a long, smooth finish.”


Hellyers Road Single Malt Whisky 10 yr – Slightly Peated

“A 10 year old Tassie single malt, produced at the excellent Hellyers Road distillery. This expression spends a decade slumbering in American oak bourbon casks, developing oodles of yummy vanilla-y notes alongside touches of cooked fruit and soft baking spices.”


Stauning Young Rye

“Stunning aroma of fresh sawn oak. Medium body with rye and marshmallow notes.”

Stauning Peated

“A whisky that appeals to Islay fans. It has got its smoky characteristic by drying and smoking the barley with dry peat from peat excavated at Klosterlund Museum.”

Stauning Kjesp

” Spicy with notes of almond, coffee, liquorice, cherry and has a wonderful nice reddish color in the glass. An exciting whisky.”

Stauning Heather

“Slightly smoked witha hint of blackcurrant. It has its smoke from drying and smoking the malted barley with burnt heather harvested from the heaths of western Jutland.”

Stauning Private Cask Heather

“It has a nice dark amber color. It smells light of smoke, grain. Whiskey is complex with a well-balanced flavor of smoked chocolate bar, nougat and vanilla. There is an incredibly long aftertaste.”