Die Highland-Brennerei Wolfburn ist für ihren Whisky nicht nur in unseren Ländern sehr geschätzt. Auch im asiatischen Raum finden ihre Abfüllungen Aufmerksamkeit und Gefallen.

Das hat sich nun auch durch zwei Auszeichnungen bestätigt, die Wolfburn unlängst in Singapur (für den Wolfburn Langskip) und Tokyo (als Destillerie) erhalten hat und über die die Brennerei in einer englischsprachigen Pressemitteilung berichtet:


 Wolfburn Wins Top International Honours

Wolfburn’s Langskip single malt whisky has scooped the coveted ‘Best In Show’ award – and won a double gold medal – at the Singapore World Spirits Competition. Langskip also surpassed 29 other brands to be voted ‘Best Scotch Whisky’. It is the second such honour awarded to Langskip following its 2018 release, having already been awarded a double gold medal at the 2018 FiftyBest awards in the US.  Wolfburn’s inaugural Northland expression also won a gold medal at the FiftyBest awards. 

“Our hand-crafted whisky is made, matured and bottled on-site by a small but dedicated team of distillers. We’re incredibly proud of the way Wolfburn is made,” says Mark Westmorland, Global Brand Ambassador. “We do everything the traditional way, with great care, and without haste. The resulting whisky continues to win fans all around the world. It’s a wonderful project to be associated with and we’re all hugely proud of what the distillery is achieving.”

The distillery itself has also been bestowed with honours, recently being acclaimed ‘Best Scotch Craft Distillery in the World’ by the highly prestigious Tokyo Whisky and Spirits Masters.  Wolfburn’s whisky is now distributed in 27 countries globally.

Das Team von Wolfburn