Amaethon was the Gaelic god of harvests and good grains. France has long been
the breadbasket of Western Europe and the distillation of barley was widespread across the land. Famous for its culture
of grape, France also excels in the production of whisky.
Amaethon will seduce the whisky amateur with its aromas of grain and fresh-baked bread. Softly aged
in oak barrels to preserve
the primary aromas of the grain,
it is without a doubt the Single Malt from the land of bread.