Sall Peated – Cask share #077

In collaboration with the Danish Whisky Distillery Sall, we have filled our empty barrel, from our Auchroisk 9Y 1st Fill Port bottling. We refilled the cask on Friday April 23 2021, with 220 liters of Sall’ Peated newmake at 63.5%, which will definitely play well with this port wine cask.

Sall’ Peated newmake, is extremely interesting, which is why we have also joined this joint project. If you want to taste Sall’ Peated newmake (the same type that is filled on the cask), you can order a sample (3cl.) On this page together with a cask share in the cask. Of course, you can also order a share, without a sample.

We expect the cask to rest for 4 years before being bottled. However, we will constantly keep an eye on the cask, and also taste the progress. Should, contrary to expectations, it turns out that the cask is not ready for bottling in 2025, we will postpone the bottling. Approx. once a year, we will collect 3cl samples, which the members can buy here at the shop.

When we bottle the cask, we will bottle the whisky at full cask strength, and in 70cl bottles. It is expected that there will be approx. 280 bottles from the cask when it is bottled in 2025.

Our (Sall and expectations for this joint project are high and we have been looking forward to being able to tell about it.

NOTE! the share price is incl. the “import fee”!
The only thing that comes on top of the price is shipping, if you do not have the opportunity to pick up your share, in our store after the cask is bottled.

Cask filled


Expected to be bottled

Expected age


Cask #


Cask type

2nd Fill Port Barrique

Whisky region

Fadandel's #


Total shares for sale


Bottles per. share

1 x 70cl

Import fee per share

Incl. in the price – plus possibly postage of cask share bottle(s) when the cask is bottled

Cask sample from

April 2021 – 63.5% (newmake)

Cask share (1 x 70cl)
141 in stock
Cask share (1 x 70cl) and a 3cl sample from the newmake
14 in stock
  • The price stated on the cask shares, is per cask share and is for the alcohol in each cask share
  • The size of each cask share, is stated for each unit under “Bottles per share
    If a larger share of the casks is wanted, offers for this can be made after contacting
  • The certificate of the cask share is sent together with your purchase invoice and together is the proof of your purchase
    The certificate is personal and therefore cannot be transferred to a third party, without prior agreement with
  • When the bottles from the individual cask are on their way home to Denmark, the co-owners will be sent an invoice on import fee that are stated on the cask share
  • The bottle size is set at 70cl standard round bottles, unless otherwise stated on the individual casks share. And always bottled at cask strength
  • All bottles in the cask are affixed with Fadandel’s label, unless otherwise agreed in advance
  • After the cask has been bottled and the bottles have arrived in Denmark, the co-operatives will be contacted for the collection of the bottles
  • If the bottles in your share are to be shipped to you, you will be charged for the shipping
  • Import fee is a calculation, based on the known expenses (at the time of purchase of the cask), which are bottling of the cask, bottles, labels, home transport and VAT
  • Should unforeseen expenses be incurred in connection with the return of the share bottles, this price will be regulated, as we cannot foresee the possible costs changes, that may come in the future on alcohol imports
  • Cask samples, will periodically (about every 2 years) take a sample from each cask
    These cask samples are taken in part to follow the development of the cask/whisky, and for customers can buy a sample on the web shop and in our store
  • Cask tastings, holds tastings, where you can taste several different cask samples on the same evening – these are announced on our shop under upcoming tastings, our Facebook page and via our newsletter (in Danish), which you can sign up at the bottom of this page ” SUBSCRIBE TO NEWSLETTER”

You can read more about the process from purchase to delivery of the cask share bottles here.

In 2016 in the village of Sall, seven young men got the idea to use grain they sowed and harvested to create a completely local and organic whiskey. After two years of work with financing, planning, construction and installation, they were finally able to open an organic whisky distillery in East Jutland, Denmark.10 years after their time together in high school, friends Snævar and Martin, together with their families, gave up city life in Aarhus city center to find a place to live in the countryside. In Sall, the two families found an old disused farm, which is now furnished as a two-family house. Here they had found a little paradise where both the grown ups and the kids could enjoy the country life. A few years later, a whisky distillery would arise in the backyard…An idea in a shackMartins and his colleague, Kåre, got the idea to make whisky, while the two archaeologists took a break from the hard and cold Jutland soil in March 2016. Kåre mentioned he had been brewing a lot of beer with his friend Mathias. Martin explained that the base for whisky is basically distilled beer that is matured in oak barrels. Before long, six young men were sitting together – Martin, Kåre, Mathias, Snævar, Thomas Rye and Thomas Holm – and the dream of creating locally based micro distillery in Sall began to sprout.The local farmerA local, organic part-time farmer got the hang of the young men’s project, and after some meetings with Lars, he was offered to become a co-owner. By using Lars’ crops exclusively in the locally anchored project, it now became possible to control the process from the actual sowing of the organic spring barley to the bottling of the matured whisky. The single farm organic grain is grown 6.4 kilometers from the copper stills in Sall.Overwhelming local supportThe locals in Sall were invited to an evening in the town hall. The attendance was overwhelming and many wanted to support the project. It inspired the boys to create a crowdfunding campaign. A campaign that not only reached its ambitious goal, but surpassed it. With a commitment from LAG (Local Action Groups) and self-financing, they were about to be ready to take the next steps.The constructionThe building, which houses the copper boilers, was built by Snævar and Martin on their site in Sall during the first half of 2018. However, there was much the two academics had not learned about construction. Luckily Snævar’s stepfather, who is a former master carpenter, could help the two with their ambitious project.WhiskyAlthough the distillery doesn’t have a finished whisky yet, both the new make and the maturing distillate promise very well for the future. Sall Whisky Distillery produces both non-peated new make, but also peated new make – using peat, which they dug up in North Jutland together with a local association from Moseby. The current capacity of the distillery is 10,000 liters per year. The mashing is done by hand and shovels and the whisky is very slowly double distilled, exactly as the Scottish tradition prescribes.

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The process of buying a cask share

Purchase of cask share

You buy the cask share you want on the we shop. Afterword’s you receive a certificate of participation and an invoice. If you are unsure which one to buy, you can buy a cask sample or take part in a cask tasting before deciding.


The shares will be bottled on 70cl standard round bottles, unless otherwise stated on the individual cask share. All bottles in the cask are affixed with Fadandel’s label, unless otherwise agreed in advance.

Import fee

When it is time to bottle the cask, the cask owners will receive an invoice on the import fee. The import fee is charged only when the bottles are bottled and on the way home to our warehouse.

Bottles arrive at our warehouse

After the cask has been bottled and the bottles have come to Denmark, the cask owners will be contacted for collection of the bottles. If the bottles are to be despatched, the bottles in the cask share can be sent for a shipping fee.