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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The Macallan 18yr Malt Scotch
Aroma of dried fruits and ginger root, along with notes of vanilla and cinnamon. Palate is bursting with orange citrus and clove, as well as a very subtle wood smoke, and leads an elegant finish filled with toffee, oak, almonds and dried mangos.
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The singleton 18 years old
18 year old single malt scotch whisky is matured in a high proportion of American oak casks with a small portion of European oak casks to balance the liquid. The result is an easy to enjoy single malt with dried fruit aromas, a rich complex palate and a soft nutty finish.
Cutty Sark Original Scotch
The majority of Cutty Sark’s makeup comes from grain whisky (North British and Invergordon), which pulls together the 40 different single malts, including Highland Park, Glenrothes, Macallan and Bunnahabhain, that comprise the rest of the liquid. Launched at the start of the 1920s, in the midst of an emerging cocktail culture, Cutty Sark can claim to be the first light-coloured blended Scotch whisky whose delicate, soft flavours made a lasting impact among its drinkers.
Prince Charlie Scotch
This elegant whisky is dedicated to the memory of the last Scottish Prince, Charles Edward Stuart. Known as Bonnie Prince Charlie, he became a legend in his lifetime as the leader of the last great Scottish rebellion against the English. It is appropriate that the Malt Whiskies used in the blend come from the Highlands of Scotland where they have been carefully matured under expert supervision. Brought together by a skilled blender, they contribute towards a blend of which their namesake Prince Charlie would have been proud.
Queen Elizabeth Scotch
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