A blended whisky first established in 1857.
16th November 2016
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The Glenlivet Whisky
The Glenlivet Distillery was the first distillery in Scotland to obtain a license in 1824 after the Excise Act of 1823 relaxed many restrictions on illicit distillation across the country. George Smith, the man who revolutionized the Scottish whisky industry with his new techniques of distillation is the founding father of The Glenlivet.
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.
Something Special 15 Year Scotch
Something Special 15 Years old is a variant of Something Special Whisky brand, it is a mix of around 35 malt and granule whiskies from Speyside and Islay aged minimum 15 years in casks of French and American oak. It gives an impressive taste of the drink.
Bagpiper Gold Whisky
One of the oldest domestic whisky brands in India, Bagpiper Whisky is also quite an enduring whisky, being in the business since 1976 with voluminous sale proportions to this day.
Suntory Hibiki 21 Year Old Blended Whisky
The Hibiki 21 Year Old is a blended whisky from Beam Suntory, the largest Japanese producer of distilled beverages and spirits. Hibiki is a brand of blended Japanese whiskies produced by the company. This expression is one of the most critically and commercially successful Hibiki releases, winning a number of awards and medals over the years.
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.