FiGee Fine Goods is the official importer and distributor in Switzerland of premium spirits and wine from around the world. We specialize in artisanal, exclusive, limited edition, rarities and independent bottlers.
The Family Reserve is an outstanding Bourbon, only the most careful and expensive distilling method can be used to create a whiskey as special as this one. These barrels were carefully selected from the heart of the warehouse for an added three years of aging.
Le Midnight Blend est composé d'exceptionnels whiskies single malt et de whiskies de grain, provenant de distilleries telles que Cambus, Strathmill et Clynelish. Ceci est une édition limitée de seulement 3,888 carafes numérotées.
Peu de fûts sont maturés par les distilleries pendant si longtemps. C’est David Stewart, MBE, qui avait choisi personnellement les fûts il y a 35 ans. Le maître de chai actuel de Glenfiddich, Brian Kinsman,?les a dégustés un par un avant de sélectionner les meilleurs pour créer ce spiritueux. Vieilli dans des fûts de bourbon et de sherry oloroso.
The second bottling of a series of special releases from unique “ghost” and rare whiskies from the Johnnie Walker Blue Label reserves. This limited edition was filled with Port Ellen - a highly sought-after Islay single malt and a ‘ghost’ distillery that shut its doors in 1983.
HEDONISM, THE MUSE combines a very old single cask of grain whisky with other rare and remarkable grain whiskies of varying ages from four distilleries to create something we believe is utterly compelling; a whisky that has all the flavour hallmarks of our classic HEDONISM,
with even greater depth and intensity.
A premium single malt Scotch whisky aged for 30 years in a single cask. Distilled by the Linkwood distillery and bottled in 2013 by Coilltean from single cask no.5709, this is a limited release with numbered bottles.
The Linkwood Distillery was founded in 1821 by Peter Brown in the southern outskirts of Elgin. In 1970 a second distillery was built alongside the first and four new stills were added. Today, only the washbacks from the two original stills are being used and all the stills are heated by steam.