MacScot's is a medium-bodied, soft Scottish blend that with time has become a classic welfare state.
MacScot's Scotch Tasting Notes
Some oak, honey and dry grass on the nose.
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The meaning of the word ‘Amrut’ literally translates to ‘the ‘Elixir of life’, is the first single malt whisky to be ever produced in India. Battling prejudices and finally managing to convince the experienced Scottish consumer that Indian malt could be on par with their Scottish counterpart, Amrut Whisky has come a long way.
Amrut Indian Single Malt Whisky
Single malt whiskies are the poison of choice for many a whisky lover, and for many years, Indian whisky lovers were devoid of a domestic single malt whisky brand that was delivering a product that could match up with some of the most established whisky brand around the world.
Maqintosh Premium Whisky
One of the first experiments with single malt to have been carried out in India, Amrut Distilleries’ MaQintosh Premium Whisky was birthed from Neelakanta Rao Jagdale’s ambition to produce a quality single malt in India.
Blanton's Original Single Barrel
Taken from the center-cut or middle sections of the famous Warehouse H, Blanton’s Original was once designated for ambassadors, dignitaries, and Colonel Blanton’s family and friends. Today, everyone has access to the world’s first single barrel bourbon. The taste profile is sweet with citrus and oak. A creamy vanilla nose features hints of nuts, caramel, orange and light chocolate. Blanton’s Original set the standard for single barrel bourbons. Best served neat or on the rocks. 46.5% alcohol by volume.
After Dark Whisky
After Dark Whisky is a brand of Indian grain whisky distilled and sold under the Radico Khaitan brand name. It is one of the few brands of Indian whisky that is made up of 100% grain whiskies.
Amrut Naarangi Indian Single Malt Whisky
Amrut Naarangi is an Indian single malt released by Amrut Distilleries, makers of the first ever single malt whisky created in the country. The word Naarangi is Hindi for ‘Orange’, and it was chosen to indicate the unique process used to finish this expression.
Mansion House Whisky
From the house of Tilaknagar Industries, Mansion House is a brand of blended Indian whisky. It is a blend of imported Scotch malts, Indian grain and neutral spirits with a slightly higher malt content than usual Indian whiskies.
Caol Ila 12yr Malt Scotch
Caol Ila 12 year old Single Malt Scotch Whisky is the colour of pale straw, with a delicate balance of tastes.
Explorers' Club The Spice Road Scotch
Johnnie Walker Explorer’s Club Collection - The Spice Road is a lively, contemporary blend. It recalls the vibrant colours and heady aromas of the spice markets along the ancient trade routes through Persia, India and China - routes taken by agents of John Walker & Sons as they travelled the globe.
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Macallan Double Cask Scotch Whisky
The Macallan Double Cask Gold is a no-age-statement single malt Scotch from the house of Macallan. The Double Cask Gold is a 2018 relaunch of the Macallan Gold, which itself was released in 2012.
Hakushu Distillers Reserve Whisky
Straight from the untouched forests, mountains and pure waters of the Southern Japanese Alps, it is no wonder that Hakushu® is a "green and fresh" whisky, praised by the most curious whisky connoisseurs and lovers of gastronomy. Its crisp and vibrant feel, unique in a single malt whisky, enlivens and liberates your senses.
Glenmorangie Pride 1974
At 52% ABV, the Glenmorangie Pride 1974 is the third and oldest to release from the Glenmorangie Pride series. The classic ex-bourbon and ex-Oloroso sherry casks lend it a fine blend, creamy texture with a tinge of vanilla and pepper. Priced at about £7,200, it is limited to 503 crystal decanters from specialist whisky retailers. The sophisticated French distillation process combined with oak cask ageing lends this whisky a unique, silkiness, and rich, stunning color
Scottish Leader Scotch
Scottish Leader is the blended scotch brand from Burn Stewart Distillers, a company perhaps best known for the Bunnahabhain single malts. As such, it is the work of Ian MacMillan, a 40-year veteran of the scotch industry who has served as Master Blender at Burn Stewart since 2002. MacMillan reportedly based the Scottish Leader blend on a 19th Century recipe of the Ross Brothers of Dunbarton, and the brand name itself dates back to the 1940s Positioned as an alternative to the big mass market blends, Scottish Leader is now distributed in more than 60 countries. So, if the label isn’t familiar now, it should become so in the future.
Seagram's Five Star Whisky
The Seagram Company was a large corporation headquartered in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It began in 1857, when a distillery was founded in Waterloo, Ontario. Joseph E. Seagram became a partner in 1869 and sole owner in 1883. For a time, Seagrams were the largest distiller of alcoholic beverages in the world. The company's assets have since been acquired by other companies, notably The Coca-Cola Company, Diageo, Pernod Ricard, and Vivendi. The Seagrams name is survived in this Rye heavy whisky from Canada that comes with a reputation for delivering value for money.
Old Tavern Whisky
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Suntory Royal Whisky
Suntory Royal blended whisky was first introduced in 1960 to mark the company's 60th anniversary. Light and easy to drink, this is a superb entry-level Japanese whisky.
Peter Scot Whisky (Indian)
Peter Scot is an Indian blended whisky manufactured by Khoday India Limited. It is one of the oldest Indian whisky brands currently available in the market having been launched over five decades ago. Contrary to the name, the Peter Scot brand of whisky is wholly Indian, and has nothing to do with Scotch whisky itself.