The English Whisky Company


The English Whisky Company is housed in St. George's Distillery in Norfolk. They are England's 1st registered whisky distillery.

An independent family owned business, born out of the Nelstrop families passion for single malt Whisky and built for the sole intention of handcrafting the finest English Single Malt Whisky.

Using locally sourced barley and fresh water from the Brecklands aquifer, which runs beneath the distillery, their Master Distiller meticulously handcrafts the spirit, which is then filled into the finest oak casks and left to mature for years. Once matured to perfection, specific casks are selected to be hand bottled on site and released as English Single Malt Whisky.


“My father James Nelstrop’s sole ambition was to produce the very finest single malt whisky. This is still the only goal of The English Whisky Co” - Andrew Nelstrop.




The English Whisky Company Promotional Image. Two bottles and glass on a Land Rover.




The English – Original Single Malt Whisky

The English – Original Single Malt Whisky

This stunning unpeated single malt is aged to perfection in Bourbon Casks, and is a fantastic easy-d..

£38.90 Ex Tax: £32.42

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