A JOURNEY THROUGH THE
WORLD OF WHISKIES,ONE INSIGHT AT A TIME
With a topography that stretches from the lofty terrains of Ben Navis to the shores of the Atlantic Ocean, Scotland is a land of diverse geographies.
Islay is one of the most recognizable names in the world of whisky. Waves crashing on the rugged coastlines are characteristic of this island of the Inner-Hebrides. With Canada as the next landfall, Islay stands at the edge of the world. The seclusion and serenity of this island leaves no questions as to why Irish monks would visit this island as a retreat. The art of distillation though, would not be brought to this chilly island of the Hebrides by the Irish, as would be expected. That did not happen till the arrival of the MacBeatha family.
Based out of Nashville in Tennessee, the George Dickel Tennessee Whisky has been in production since 1870. Of the smoothest and most mellow of whiskies to have emerged from the region, the George Dickel Tennessee Whisky is rather remarkable. American by place of origin and Scottish by standards of excellence, it is not an experience easy to forget.
Seagram’s 100 Pipers whisky is a premium , introduced in India in 1995. 100 Pipers is the largest selling scotch in India. Richer in flavour, body and even more refined, each sip will make your heart sing, evoking the music of the legendary hundred pipers. The "100 Pipers" name, in particular, comes from the ballad of "The Hundred Pipers", which tells of the heroic Bonnie Prince Charlie's 1745 Jacobite uprising led by a troop of 100 pipers.