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The Famous Grouse

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The Famous Grouse notes include dried fruits, orange oil, dark chocolate and possibly a hint of butterscotch.Serving Suggestions:Grouse and Sparkling AppleThe Famous Grouse With a Twist – citrus fruitThe Ginger GrouseThe Famous Grouse on Ice
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Teachers

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Our original blend of perfection, Teacher’s Highland Cream. At 45% it has one of the highest single malt contents of any blend and uses fully peated Ardmore whisky as it’s fingerprint malt. The combination is incredible depth and smoothness combined with rich smoky undertones.The Teacher’s range consists of 5 expressions, they may all be very different but they share that same uniquely high quality of craftsmanship that sets Teacher’s whisky apart from the rest.
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Whyte & MacKay

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THE HISTORYFounded on the docks of Glasgow by James Whyte & Charles Mackay its trading history dates back to 1844THE PRODUCTUnique ‘double marriage’ process for a consistent smooth, mellow flavourBlended under the stewardship of Master Blender Richard PatersonAward winning whisky:6 awards at International Spirit Challenge Awards 20078 awards at IWSC 2007 including Gold (best in class) for Whyte & Mackay 19 yo blended scotch.
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The Claymore

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Claymore offers you more for less.Claymore has genuine history.Claymore was first produced in 1890 by A Ferguson & Co of Glasgow. It wasmade famous before the Great War through classic advertising whereClaymore was used to toast the King.By then, it was being exported all over the world by Greenlees Brothers.The word Claymore is from the Gaelic “claidheamhmor” meaning great sword.Claymore is good quality scotchClaymore is blended by the global distiller of the year, to have a balanced taste, making it ideal for mixing.Claymore is at a great price too. Today, Claymore remains true to its’ roots, genuine scotch at a competitive price.Let’s raise a toast to that!

WHISKY/WHISKEY

To qualify as a Scotch, the Whisky must be made in Scotland and from malted Barley and be aged in oak for at least three years. Scotch whisky is divided into five distinct categories: single malt Scotch whisky, single grain Scotch whisky, blended malt Scotch whisky (formerly called “pure malt”), blended grain Scotch whisky, and blended Scotch whisky.

Irish whisky are almost every whisky aged in Republic of Ireland or in Northern Ireland. It must be made from yeast-fermented grain mash in such a way that the distillate has an aroma and flavour derived from the materials used.

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