Slyrs distillery is located in Schliersee, Bavaria, Germany and was founded by Florian Stetter, the owner of Lantenhammer distillery more famously known for traditional German schnapps.

In the mid-1990's he decided to try and create a whisky for his portfolio, the result, which was first bottled in 1999 is the 3 year old, annual limited release called Slyrs. He uses new, American white Oak 225 litre casks.

From 2015 he aims to add a 12y to the portfolio, alongside the annual 3y release.


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General whisky characteristics: Smooth, straw, honey and hints of rubber


Slyrs, 3y, distilled 2003, bottled 2006, 43% ABV

Typical cost of this bottle; (Now )


Nose: Hay, straw and hints of rubber welly.

Palate: Sweet rubber wellington boot. The initial flavour is short, soon fading awaay to leave a tingle on the middle of the tongue. Then it returns to swamp the palate with flavours of bitter honey and rubber welly.

Overall Impression: Long finish and quite smooth for a 3y.









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