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Distilled in Belgium,
crafted with experience

Distilled in Belgium,
crafted with experience

Distilling spirits since 1880

Apart from the beautiful rural surroundings, it is no longer obvious that Filliers Distillery once started as an agricultural distillery. It is now one of the last operational family owned warm distilleries in Belgium where knowledge & passion is being passed on from generation to generation.

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Wortegemsen is getting a new flavour!

Let’s start with some history around the brand. The origin and story behind Wortegemsen started out as a fluke.

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Filliers Distillery will import “The King of the Lowlands”

Importing alcoholic beverages began in the 1970’s, when the fourth generation, Carlos & Louis Filliers, were at the helm.

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Filliers Distillery again scores internationally, this time at the SIP Awards

As an annual tradition, some products were sent in for scrutiny at the SIP Awards in California …

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Filliers Belgian Advocaat in a new guise, but still very fresh!

Belgian Advocaat, a smooth liqueur delicious with coffee, as a topping for ice cream, in cocktails & freakshakes ?! Yes, it may not sound that obvious, but this eggnog is also perfectly delicious for cocktails & freakshakes.

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News
Wortegemsen is getting a new flavour!
News
Filliers Distillery will import “The King of the Lowlands”
News
Filliers Distillery again scores internationally, this time at the SIP Awards
News
Filliers Belgian Advocaat in a new guise, but still very fresh!

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A tour through the different distilleries reveals so much more than just the production process. Experienced guides who know the site inside out tell the many stories that make this place a special piece of heritage.

Why do the outer walls of the maturation rooms look black? How did the first drink come about at Filliers Distillery? How do master distillers bring 28 aromas together in one gin? Which elements are important in the selection of a wooden barrel? Can I have a taste?

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