Billed as the "world's lightest Scotch", Ambassador is a blended Scotch whisky which was produced in Glasgow by the Taylor and Ferguson company.
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Director's Special Black Whisky
A blend this distinct is bottled in an equally distinct way. The unique design of the glass bottle with an engraved logo and the bold packaging has become synonymous to DSP Black in the minds of the consumers. Characterized by exceptional malt that has been blended to an exquisite smoothness, this fine whisky owns more than its fair share of awards owing to its blend par excellence. DSP Black, launched in 1988 by Shaw Wallace, is an extension of the Director's Special brand into the prestigious deluxe whisky segment of the Indian market. Launched in 1988, from the stables of Shaw Wallace and later taken into the USL fold, DSP Black has become the fastest growing whisky in the entire regular-prestige whisky spectrum. This superior extension from the DSP franchise has deservedly earned its standing of being the connoisseur's preferred choice. The distinct flavor leaves an indelible impression upon all those who happen to cross its path, with every sip being a veteran's delight. The captivating blend casts a spell of vivacious enthusiasm and transports one to a world of uninhibited fun and excitement. Know more about the various Whisky Brands in India.
Kentucky- Enters with soft mouthfeel. Mild tobacco and some cherry notes hit first. Mid-palate the rye becomes buttery smooth and well rounded between the sweet and spicy characteristics. This is an incredible sipper straight or on the rocks or mixed in a Manhattan.
Beam Red Stag Bourbon
Red Stag by Jim Beam® Black Cherry has a balance of soft, dark cherry aromas backed by traditional bourbon oak.
Corby Royal Reserve Canadian Rye Whiskey
A complex rye, Royal Reserve has pleasing caramel-vanilla notes with mellow oak and medium fruit levels. This Canadian whisky can be appreciated on its own, with a touch of water or with your favourite mixer.
Imperial 12 Year Scotch
Imperial is a Scotch whisky distilled from the finest malted barley and Scottish water. The elixir is renowned for its authentic, complex, yet smooth flavours
Gibson's Finest 12yr Whisky
For decades, Gibson’s whiskies have been distilled, aged, blended, and bottled at the Schenley distillery in Valleyfield, Québec. But late in 2008, most of the blending and bottling moved to the Hiram Walker distillery in Windsor, Ontario. Still, the Gibson’s reputation is such that distillery employees in Valleyfield talk proudly of their past association with Gibson’s and at least one of them quietly squirreled away a stash of Valleyfield bottles when it was announced that production was about to be moved to Windsor. Meanwhile, workers at the Hiram Walker distillery exhibit similar pride at the coup of having snagged the Gibson’s contract.
Whyte & Mackay Scotch
"The secret behind the award-winning taste of Whyte & Mackay is our triple maturation process and the way we blend to make sure no single whisky dominates another, creating a harmony of flavours that work together to produce our famous smoother, richer taste. The story begins with choosing the finest aged single malts and aged grain whiskies from two of Scotland's most famous distilling regions, Highland and Speyside. Then we carefully age the malt whisky whilst separately aging the grain whisky. Most blended whiskies stop at this stage but Whyte and Mackay add an additional step. The final chapter of the maturation story sees the marrying of these two different whiskies in sherry casks. This triple maturation process produces a whisky rich in colour with golden highlights, round and full on the nose with smooth, rich flavours of honey and fruits." Whyte and Mackay can trace its roots back to 1844 in Glasgow.
Hankey Bannister Scotch
Messrs Hankey and Bannister present their Original blend of fine and rare Scotch whiskies. Hand selected for quality and crafted with care to create a smooth, light and perfectly balanced blend renowned in society for over 250 Years