Bus wins Bronze in San Francisco

Bus wins Bronze in San Francisco
November 06, 2021
San Francisco - Bus Whisky has won a bronze medal at the USA Spirits Ratings Competition in San Francisco with its newest whisky. This new Bus whisky also previously scored highly in London, wherethee Brabant whisky distillers took home silver.
Master distiller Marcel van Roessel, responsible fothede composition first finish the de whisky label, explains that he matured this new whisky first for three years in a Bourbon barrel and then for another six months in a PX octave barrThe. De master distiller from Brabant is proud: "Because we win awards like this, we now also receive requests from importers from America and Asia, whiltheat de moment we can barely keep up with domestic demand. But in a few years time I can see export happening. There are only about fifty to a hundred single estate whisky distillerithe in de world, so you quickly stand out. It's great that there is already interest in Bus Whisky from other pathes of de world.
Artist Lisa Beckers from Nijmegen sigthed for de design of this ltheel and de tube. Beckers is fasctheated by detheolors of de earth. She paints with her own collection of earth pigments.
Bus Whisky has purchased Beckers' artwork 'Iron Ground' especially for this new release, which was made with pigments found by her in Bus's vicinity in Nistelrode. IrotheGround is the basis for de labelsthend tubes of de sherry specials of Bus Whisky. Curious? See for yourself how Lisa Bthekers created de label of this new whisky via this movielink:
Or come and have a look at our whisky distillery in Loosbroek yourself. There are tours of the whisky distillery every day at 4 pm and on Friday, Saturday and Sunday there are even extra tours at 1.30 pm. Nice to combine with a dinner in our farm restaurant.

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