Back in 2005, co-founder Martin was idly listening to the radio and wondering why there was no whisky being made in Denmark. A week later he had nine co-conspirators and a plan to build the country's first whisky distillery.
By 2006 they had a working distillery, built into an old abattoir, a thumbs up from whisky legend Jim Murray and grand plans to expand. The next year, they bought a farm just outside of the town of Stauning, built a new a distillery and continued to grow.
Now they have a listing at Noma – one of the world's best restaurants – investment from Distill Ventures and a string of awards. The future is bright and we look forward to seeing how the distillery's excellent whisky develops.