【DE】BOTTLE MARKET: A hall full of high-percentage delights

Exclusive whisk(e)ys and many other fine fires more: This is what the.   stands for. Friends of high-percentage pleasures therefore come from Friday to Sunday, 25th to 27th …


A hall full of high-percentage delights

Eighth BOTTLE MARKET offers exclusive, new and rare


Exclusive whisk(e)ys and many other fine fires more: This is what the BOTTLE MARKET stands for. Friends of high-percentage pleasures therefore come from Friday to Sunday, 25th to 27th. November, at MESSE BREMEN.

Hall 6 has space for around 120 distilleries, independent bottlers and importers. The focus of the event has always been on Uisge beatha, but R(h)um and Gin are now also widely represented at the largest spirits event for end consumers in northern Germany. “The charming thing about the BOTTLE MARKET is that a lot of like-minded people meet here and our guests talk shop with experts at the stands while tasting fine wines,” says Anja Rickmeier, project manager at MESSE BREMEN.



Whisky from the place of origin of the spirit

The fair once again brings together first-time exhibitors with proven providers. Gerd Schmerschneider is back. Among other things, he brings whisky from the Scottish Lindores Abbey Distillery and thus from the place where the “water of life” was first documented about 525 years ago.

However, good fires do not only come from traditional countries of origin. Japan, for example, is one of the leading whisky nations in Asia. Many exciting bottlings can be discovered from India or Taiwan and also from Scandinavian countries or Germany.



Wide range of gin, rum, ron and rhum

Pleasures from all corners of the world – this also applies to gin and R(h)um. At the GINsel with around 25 exhibitors, fans will come across gin, for example, which was recently awarded best classic gin in Germany at the World Gin Awards. You can also have unusual creations such as gin with algae or crabs. At the GINothek, classic gin tonics can be tested with a wide variety of garnishes or gin cocktails specially created for the BOTTLE MARKET. But the new generation Korn can also be found on the GINsel, pure or as a drink.


Connoisseurs don’t have to look for rum, Ron and Rhum for long either. The Caribbean is naturally particularly strongly represented, since the first rum made of sugar cane molasses was burned there. But even in this case, creatives in other regions of the world took care of spirit. And so, in addition to South American rum, interested parties can also taste sugar cane brandy from Europe and Asia.



Getting a taste for it – at tastings and delicatessens

The accompanying program of the fair also includes a variety of tastings this year, which can already be booked online. “For example, it could go on a whisk(e)y trip around the world or to the rums in Mauritius,” reports Anja Rickmeier. If you want to enjoy something culinary in between, you will find, for example, fudge, whisky salami or handmade chocolates, which are refined with whisky from the annual BOTTLE MARKET festival bottlings.



Enjoyment until the evening hours

The BOTTLE MARKET is open Friday from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m., Saturday from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Sunday from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. The tickets are best purchased at a discount in advance, on site admission is three euros more expensive. The entrance fee includes a nosing glass with holder, the use of the wardrobe and the trade fair’s own magazine BOTTLE.



All details: www.bottle-market.de



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