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Blended Whisky comes about as a result of mixing the traditionally higher quality Single Malts with apparently lesser quality Grain Whisky, often with water to lower the ABV content. That being said, neutral spirit can also be added as well as colourings and flavourings although there are strict limitations regarding this.
As with any type of whisky, if an age statement exists on the bottle, all spirits within must be at least the age stated on the bottle.
Campbeltown - 70cl / 40%
This blended whisky has been a staff favourite for many years now. The blended whisky from J and A Mitchell, Campbeltown Loch is a 5 year old blend with Longrow and Springbank whisky as part of the recipe.
Lowland - 70cl / 40%
Bladnoch Distillery have introduced a brand new blended whisky to the market, crafted under the stewardship of Head Distiller Ian McMillan. The Pure Scot is a blend of around 20 different Scotch whiskies, including a six-year-old from Bladnoch.
Blended Whisky - 70cl / 40%
This 18 year old blend is very smooth and mellow. It is a well crafted blend containing a high proportion of distinctive Island and mellow Speyside malts. This Isle of Skye expression is presented in a lovely gift boxed, numbered bottles and with limited availability. Nose: Enticing coastal air wi…
Blended Whisky - 70cl / 43%
A lovely blend with a malt:grain whisky ratio of over 50%. The malts involved range from 16-18 years of age so this blend oozes class and complexity despite its low cost. The nose offers chantilly cream, baked apples with cinnamon and quince. A similar palate is followed by a long and smooth fini…
Japanese - 50cl / 40%
Akashi is the official whisky from the Japanese distillery WHITE OAK. As you can easily guess from its name, the distillery is located within the small-sized city of Akashi, south of the main island, a few miles away from Kobe. White Oak distillery was the first Japanese distillery to be granted a …
Japanese - 70cl / 40%
Blended Whisky - 50cl / 40%
Described as an exceptional blended whisky. The Clubhouse blended Scotch whisky from Old St Andrews is made with a selection of malt and grains whiskies and presented in a golf ball-shaped bottle! Ideal for someone who plays Tennis...... Oh Golf I mean!
Blended Whisky - 35cl / 40%
Lauder's Finest Scotch Whisky first appeared in 1834. The original blend was developed by Archibald Lauder soon after the distilling of whisky was made legal in 1815 and Lauder's has changed little since it was first produced over 175 years ago in Glasgow, Scotland. So successful was Archibald Laud…