Inspired by DNA from the Pacific Northwest, Westland is a distillery exploring new horizons. It is distinguished by the use of 5 types of more or less roasted barley, 70% of which comes from Washington State, Belgian yeasts with a very aromatic contribution and a different work of wood with in particular essences of local forests with a temperate and humid climate. The distillery is thus distinguished by the use of new varieties of barley and oak, by exploring the diversity of the terroirs and by cultivating the aromatic singularity of its spirits.
Westland thus produces authentic Single Malts, which reflect the special character of the Pacific Northwest region of the United States. The distillation is carried out from the crystal clear waters of the region, before aging the whiskeys in different varieties of oaks. The result is an aromatic whiskey, whose original flavour offers subtle notes of fruit and cereals.
Focus on Matt Hofmann
Co-founder and Master Distiller of the Westland Distillery. After studying economics at the University of Washington, he received a Masters in Scotland from Heriot Watt University. Hofmann is one of the main architects of the creation and development of exceptional whiskey in the United States. He is the founder of the American Single Malt Commission which aims to promote, protect and write the rules for American Singles Malts.