Radermacher Distillery was founded in 1836 and is the oldest distillery in Belgium. Today, an experienced team is still producing a wide range of grain and fruit spirits, gins, rums, and liqueurs. For several years now, it has been a part of the small group of Belgian whisky producers and the first to have started the development of an organic product range. Its comprehensive range stretches from the famous Woodberries (fruity specialty) and the number one Belgian aperitif, the Maitrepierre, to the Belgian whisky range Lambertus, the gins, vodka, and rum 1836 and the Radermacher fruit aperitifs, a subtle mix of brandy and natural juices.
Just this year, Radermacher Distillery has joined their products in the International Organic Awards 2021 and has received 2 Gold Medals and a Silver Medal for the following products:
GOLD AWARDED PRODUCTS
Macaya Belgian Organic Chocolate Cream
SILVER AWARDED PRODUCT
According to Bernard Zacharias, Managing Director of Radermacher Distillery, for a long time, their products have only been reserved to the local and Belgian connoisseurs, but they are now being appreciated by a vast public in numerous countries worldwide.
The most unique part of their products, different from their competitors, two centuries of expertise, and a rigorous selection of its raw materials go some way towards explaining the distillation secrets of the Radermacher Distillery. Uncompromising on quality, it remains faithful to ancestral traditions and recipes while bowing to the demands of modern production, which come together to create distillates of exceptional purity.
Today, Radermacher Distillery is very proud to look back on its more than 185 years of existence and offers a wide range of spirits, liqueurs, fruit-flavored aperitives, and whiskies. The distillery is aiming for the top-level of the European market while remaining true to the traditions and ancient recipes and not skimping on either the quality of the variety of the products offered.
To see more of their products, you may visit their website at https://www.distillerie.biz/.