Lothaire Fruite Whisky Single Malt de France
Lothaire II (835 – August 8, 869) was the king of Lotharingia from 855 until his death.
For political reasons, his father made him marry Teutberga in 855. Upon his father's death in 855, he received the Middle Francia territory west of the Rhine stretching from the North Sea to the Jura mountains. It became known as Regnum Lotharii and early in the 10th century as Lotharingia or Lorraine.
It's in the Lorraine region this exceptional French Whisky "Lothaire" is distilled.
- Type: Whisky
- Country: France
- Distillery: Distillerie Grallet-Dupic
- Category: Single Malt
- Size: 700ml
Tasting Notes: Slightly light amber, greedy, malted cereals. Notes of white fruits, toasted hazelnut, warm, cereals, fat and round, suppleness, good length finish.