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To tell the story of Black Dog, it's fitting to know the extraordinary gentleman who inspired it- Sir Walter Millard. It was 130 years ago, in 1883, when Sir Walter Millard went in search of the perfect Scotch Whisky to the Speyside region of Scotland. His journey took him to Leith in Edinburgh, home of the MacKinlay's – Scotch whisky royalty! Together with James MacKinlay, he discovered the blend he was looking for. Its unique taste, delicate aroma and smooth effect on the palate were the aspects that appealed the most and brought an end to Sir Walter Millard's quest. Being a keen 'Angler' and considering his love for his favourite sport, Sir Walter Millard named the Scotch after his favourite fishing fly - the Black Dog.

In 2013, Black Dog Scotch Whisky celebrates 130 Years since it was founded. Since it was founded, connoisseurs and discerning gentlemen around the world have been able to experience the taste of real "Scotland".

Today Black Dog Scotch Whisky is matured and blended under the watchful eyes of Richard Paterson- Master Blender. Descended from a long line of whisky blenders, he has been instrumental in the success of Black Dog as well as the renowned Dalmore Single Malt.

Every journey to success is dotted not just with milestones of achievements, but with well deserved breaks, which make the going worthwhile. When the pressures of the day gently ease and you make time to explore finer pleasures and enjoy the warmth of friends. A time so vital to refresh, rejuvenate and recharge your spirit. The Black Dog range of Scotch Whiskies is available in 4 unique offerings to make the most of these pristine moments – The Black Dog Quintessence Aged 21 Years, The Black Dog Reserve Aged 18 Years, The Black Dog Gold Reserve Aged 12 Years and The Black Dog Black Reserve Scotch Whisky.



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From Norse to Gaelic, Dalmore means ‘the big meadowland’ referring the fertile Black Isle located on the opposite side of the distillery.

With over 160 years of existence in the art of whisky-making, Dalmore’s Highland malt whisky is recognized as one of the finest distilleries in the world. To enrich the rich taste of Dalmore, the malts used for brewing the fine liquor are fermented in oak wooden casks for as long as 21 long years. With subtle transformation, the malt tends to emit an orange, healthier aroma with subtle hints of smoke.

To find more you simply have to follow your nose and taste it with the help of Richard Paterson’s tasting notes. The pure water of River Alness is used to produce the Dalmore and it’s because of the wholesomeness of the river many other Highland malt whiskies of Scotland have set up their production lines along the banks.

The Dalmore offers 26 unusually distinct aromas with a choice of flavor from chocolate and spice. Each of these exceptional malts has its own unique character and has bagged numerous prestigious awards.


Visit the Website: www.thedalmore.com

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Established in 1810, the name of JURA’s single malts is inspired from the ‘Island of JURA’ described as one of the most ‘un-getable places’ by English writer George Orwell because of its distant location in London. The serenity of the location contributes to the unique blending process where whisky not only absorbs the flavors of the wood, but also the island’s sea breeze passing over the porous walls of barrels. Often the smallest of factors can affect the balance of flavors in whisky.

Jura, as they say is an island rich in history, myths and superstitions and the legacy dates back to 8000 years ago where the pre-historic graveyard at Kilearnadil was said to be the resting place of a saint.

For true whisky enthusiasts a visit to the distillery is the major attraction. The island of Jura may be hard to get to, but those who have been there will find it even harder to leave. The fastest route from London involves changing a couple of flights and then a ferry.

After winning numerous awards in its category JURA’s single malt is distinguished for its subtle flavors world over.


Visit the Website: www.isleofjura.com

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Whyte & Mackay

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Established on the docks of Glasgow in 1844, the brand was named after two founders, James Whyte and Charles Mackay.

The finest whisky Whyte and Mackay is proud of its Glasgow roots to produce the rich flavor by combining the best of 35 selected malts in Scotland. The brand has always believed in the philosophy of good things comes to those who wait, and that’s how Whyte and Mackay had been known for using the unique ‘double marriage process’ in blending their whisky which not only guarantees a smooth, mellow and distinctive character but ensures every drop of Whyte & Mackay tasting as good as the first. There is an old saying which goes something like this “You Can’t Hurry Love.” The simple meaning of the saying signifies the double marriage process.

At 12 years old, when other producers bottle their aged blends, Whyte & MacKay’s Master Blender brings together the finest malt whiskies, then returns them to sherry casks to marry for another year of loving union. At 13 years old, the second marriage takes place, when the finest grain whiskies are introduced to this blend of malts to create the masterpiece that is THE THIRTEEN.

There are 3 different variants of scotch whisky based on the period of maturation, viz.

   Bullet   Whyte and Mackay ‘The Thirteen’ (13 year old blended scotch whisky)

   Bullet   Whyte and Mackay 19 Years Old Blend (19 year old blended ‘premium’ scotch whisky)

   Bullet   Whyte and Mackay 22 Years Old (‘Rare’ edition blended scotch whisky)


Visit the Website: www.whyteandmackay.co.uk

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