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MacNair’s was the eponymous blend of Harvey MacNair and Company of Glasgow and London, which owned Benromach distillery during the First World War. Its ownership passed to Hiram Walker, then Allied Distillers and finally Pernod Ricard. In 2012 its new owner revamped the packaging and released it with a competitive price to take on rival blend Label 5 in French supermarkets. MacNair’s Special Reserve is also available in Poland.Quite possibly a flagship blend for Harvey MacNair & Co. quite early on, of which there is little information available, the modern incarnation is bottled at 40% abv and features a high proportion of malt whisky.
Bottled by Morrison & Mackay under the Carn Mor Vintage Collection label, this whisky was distilled at the Glen Moray Distillery in Speyside in 1992.
Aberlour 12 Double Cask Matured
Aberlour 12-Year-Old is a single malt Scotch whisky from the core range of single malt whiskies distilled at the iconic Moray county distillery. It is the youngest expression from the Aberlour, one of the world’s most appreciated and underrated single malt whisky brands.
The original Midleton Distillery started life as a woolen mill in 1796 and later became a military barracks during the Napoleonic Wars. In 1825 James Murphy purchased the property from Viscount Midleton for the then princely sum of £4000 and converted into his famous distillery. The Murphy family played a key role in whiskey distilling and their legacy of skill is perpetuated at the new Midleton Distillery, opened in 1975, where Murphys fine Irish Whiskey is produced today
Ardbeg Uigeadail Single Malt Scotch Whisky
The Ardbeg Uigeadail is a no-age-statement single malt Scotch whisky. It is produced by the Ardbeg Distillery, a prominent and revered distillery on the Isle of Islay best known for their peaty single malts. The Uigeadail is bottled at cask-strength, and was first released in 2003. It is pronounced as ‘Oog-a-dal’, and has been named after a ‘Loch’ situated near the Ardbeg Distillery.
Royal Stag Whisky
Royal Stag Whisky, also popularly known as Seagram’s Royal Stag is an iconic brand among the spirits brands of India. The brand redefined the spirits space in India by offering an international quality blend, pioneering the grain spirit blended with Scotch malts revolution. Today Seagram’s Royal Stag enjoys a fiercely loyal consumer franchise built on not just an excellent blend but a tagline that encapsulates a modern India – “MAKE IT LARGE”
Ballantine’s 17 years is a blended Scotch whisky, a blend of malt and grain whiskies with an age-statement of 17 years, making it the second oldest age-statement blend from the Ballantine’s core range.
Red Knight Whisky
Red Knight is a brand of Indian Blended Malt Scotch whisky, manufactured by the Indian conglomerate Khoday India Limited (KIL) and first launched in 1967. It is produced at the company's Bangalore facility. It is famous for its hourglass-shaped bottled along with the phrase "Red Knight finest blended malt whisky" stamped into the package in bold curved style. Initially, Red Knight was available only in North India. It was launched in the South Indian market in November 2007. Red Knight is also exported to overseas markets of Italy and Canada. The success of Red Knight whisky in North India is mainly because of the introduction of a smoother taste and new captivating packaging. The whisky has been blended afresh, keeping in mind the connoisseur’s taste. This vibrant packaging is also priced just perfect for the discerning whisky lover. The introduction of the new Red Knight whisky marks a turning point in the growth of the IMFL market. The enhanced taste and pricing make it a popular one certainly.
Imperial 17 Year Scotch
Imperial is a Scotch whisky distilled from the finest malted barley and Scottish water. Renowned for its authentic, complex, yet smooth flavours, Imperial is Korea’s leading Scotch. A Part Des Anges Closed Distilleries bottling of single malt Scotch whisky from the Imperial Distillery, which was mothballed in 1998 and has yet to reopen its doors. This whisky was distilled in 1995 and matured for 17 years until 2012. Since its merging in 2004, Imperial has sold over 6 million cases. The brand holds strong appeal for the Korean market, where premium spirits are in particular demand. The range starts with a 12 year-old whisky and stretches all the way up to a 21 year-old blend. To protect its authenticity and intellectual property, the brand has developed a series of ground-breaking, innovative measures aimed at preventing counterfeit