The basic idea behind Thy Whisky has always been to make a whisky that tastes of the place where it is made: of the grain, the craftsmanship and the quality of the casks used in its making.


We don't just distil according to one recipe.
Each cask and whisky is the result of a selected combination of grains, malt types, fermentation, distillation process and cask ageing.

The grain is always our guide.
You will find the unique and recognisable taste of Thy in each and every bottle.

We bottle our whisky as limited releases only.
We do not aim for conformity, but let the whiskey reflect the unique qualities in each cask.

Each bottle is numbered and fully traceable.
You will find complete information about the origin of the whisky on each individual bottle.l

Release Archive
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You can find all our whisky releases in our archive.
Limited Editions

A bottling of several casks with typically 1,000-2,000 bottles, which we create by selecting single vintages or cask combinations that complement each other particularly well. All our Limited Edition single malt whiskies are given a unique number, e.g. 'Thy Whisky no 18 - Kornmod'.

Our Limited Editions can be purchased directly from us or through our retailers.


A bottling of typically one or two casks at cask strength in very limited numbers. Among our Distillery Editions you will find specially selected casks and experiments that deserve to be bottled just as they are.

Our Distillery Editions can only be purchased at the distillery or via online at special events.


A single cask bottling of private casks, created in collaboration with our private cask owners. The bottles are bottled exclusively for the owners of each cask.

Thy Whisky No. 20 - Maltmod
Thy Whisky No. 20 - Maltmod

Thy Whisky No. 20 - Maltmod

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Thy Whisky No. 20 - Maltmod is a single malt whisky shaped and created by experiments in our own malt house.

It is characterised by a rich and alluring aroma of caramel, which comes from experiments with dark 'caramel malts' that are rarely used in traditional whisky production.