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Sweden Rock 19, Rock'n'Roll Single Malt Coffee Whisky.
At this stage in time it was our fifth edition creating whisky together with Sweden Rock and Brands For Fans, so took the opportunity to celebrate this 2019 limited whisky release with a taste of freshly roasted espresso beans.
An elegant Swedish malt whisky, which is characterised by Mackmyra's distinct whisky character, and partly finished in casks that previously stored so called 'coffee whisky'. It was then partly finished in ex-bourbon casks.
Nose: Floral and fruity with a light spiciness, vanilla fudge, sandalwood, cedar and toasted bread. Floral and slightly waxy notes of birch sap wine.
Taste: A fresh and fruity spiciness with light minerals and herbs together with vanilla fudge, raisins, apple, ripe pears and lemon.
Aftertaste: Light, spicy notes in harmony with toasted oak and dried fruits.
Ex-Bourbon - Seasoned Coffee Whisky
The Sweden Rock Story
Sweden's largest festival has sold out in recent years. Hosting artists such as Def Leppard, Judas Priest, Mötley Crüe and Toto. All of whom have performed in Sölvesborg at the festival. In addition to the festival and its own magazine, it has also become successful in the beverage industry with launches of its own Scotch malt whisky, rum, beer and red wine.
Mackmyra and Sweden Rock Festival have long talked about collaborating, but it was only when they visited Mackmyra's Bodås mine and then the Gravity distillery in Gävle that the idea became a reality.
Together they chose casks and with the help of Mackmyra's internationally renowned Master Blender, Angela D'Orazio, who then was able to put her personal touch to find a unique whisky character for each limited edition.
Sweden Rock Festival
The Sweden Rock Festival is an annual rock/metal festival held in Sweden since 6 June 1992. While having a clear rock/metal focus, the festival is noted for its diversity across these genres.
The first version of the festival, known as Sommarfestivalen i Olofström, was held in Olofström in 1992.
The very next year the festival moved to Karlshamn, and changed its name to Karlshamn Rock Festival. After few years, the festival organisers in 1998 decided the festival should move to Norje. Although the name Karlshamn Rock Festival was kept.
In 1999 the name was changed to the Sweden Rock Festival.