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Officers Choice Black Whisky
It is an authentic and exquisite blend of Scottish malts from three regions – Highland, Lowland and Speyside. A truly exquisite whisky, it derives the distinctive taste and character from the charred oak barrels it is matured in. The strong toasted touch of charred oak, combined with the deep notes of fruity and floral flavours create a complex harmony that makes it a rich and rare blend. OC Black consumer is a self-made man who believes that his life is full of opportunities and looks forward to fulfilling his dreams and aspirations. While success is the driving factor for the consumer, he also realises that success is not just about money but transforming the lives of others. This is beautifully captured in the baseline of ‘Be More than Big. Be Great.’
Queen Elizabeth Scotch
Sharp and Spicy delivery with Grains, Nuts, Wet Cardboard Boxes, Green Wood, Honey, Pepper, Orange and Licorice.
Jim Beam Bourbon Original White Label
Jim Beam is a Kentucky based Bourbon whiskey brand that was established in 1795, and continues to be made using same recipe to achieve the desired result of an unchanged taste over the years.
Teachers 50 Scotch Whisky
An iconic blended Scotch whisky from Glasgow, Teacher’s is a drink from the East Highlands, a region of Scotland famous for retaining smoky characteristics in their whiskies. Sourcing their single malts from Ardmore, Teachers is a brand with a significant portion of history behind their products and the years are reflected in their fine blends. Although the standard expression from the house of Teachers is the Teachers Highland Cream, the Teachers 50, released in honor of India’s 50th Independence Day contains a unique blend of single malt and grain whiskies that is hard to come by. The foundations for the Teachers brand were laid by William Teacher in the 1830s, capitalizing on the newly passed Excise Act of 1823. He procured a license to sell whisky and began running a ‘dram shop’ where whisky lovers would stop by and feast on drams of their favorite whisky. Years later, when the Spirits Act of 1860 further allowed more freedom for sellers to mix and create whisky blends of their own, William Teacher put his expertise to good use by experimenting with a number of blends. The Teachers Highland Cream came into being during this time when William Teacher was positively satisfied with a peaty drink with a high malt content, a drink with a complex and rich flavor that made him considering naming it after his own family name. After he laid the foundations for the Teachers brand and created the quintessential Teachers Highland Cream blend, William Teacher passed away in 1876, leaving the responsibility and the Teachers’ brand into the hands of his son, William Junior, and his younger brother, Adam. A rampant growth under the authority of William Junior and Adam Teacher saw increased sales and profit, the purchase of new land in 1895 with the purpose of building a new distillery of their own in Aberdeenshire in 1897. Adam died a year later without witnessing the completion of his plans although by then, the Teachers brand was well on its way towards glory. Surviving Prohibition, and a decline in the number of operational distilleries in Scotland, while also scripting victories by beginning to export Teachers to the United States and the acquisition of the Glendronach Distillery defined the later years for the brand. Fast forward to 1997, the brand released the Teachers 50, a 12-year-old blended whisky that commemorated 50 years of Indian Independence, strengthening their positioning in one of the world’s most prolific whisky drinking nations.
Crown Royal Maple Finished Canadian Whisky
Crown Royal Maple Finished Whisky is an exceptional blend that combines maple flavor with the distinctive smoothness and character of Crown Royal blended whiskies. The blend is then finished in maple-toasted oak to deliver a uniquely smooth experience. It's the legendary taste of Crown Royal® with a touch of natural maple flavour. Our master blender finished our celebrated whisky with maple toasted oak to yield a uniquely smooth experience. It's a perfect blend of Crown Royal's signature caramel and vanilla nose with the elegant aromas of light, fresh maple that creates a flavour profile that finished on an authentically warm and woody note.