Famous Grouse is heralded as Scotland’s favourite blended Scotch whisky, this contains whisky from Glenrothes, Macallan and Highland Park.
A top-selling bottling from the Jack Daniel distillery, the mashbill is made up of 80% corn, 12% rye and 8% malt. The spirit is filtered through 10 feet of sugar maple charcoal to produce a mellow, slightly smoky character, thus making it Tennessee whiskey…
A truly fabulous whiskey liqueur from Jack Daniel’s. This stuff is made with a mix of rich spices and smooth, supple honey and the result is delicious over ice or in coffee.
Produced at the Midleton Distillery, Jameson is Ireland’s quintessential Irish blend, a classic. Jim Murray even awarded it an incredible 95 points!
The United Kingdom’s most popular blended Scotch whisky, this is the standard release of Bell’s Original, with notes of fresh herbs on the nose with cereal sweetness on the palate.
Jim Beam bourbon undergoes distillation at lower temperatures and is distilled to no more than 62.5%, the White label is aged for four years and has quite a high percentage of rye in the mashbill.
Maker’s Mark maintain that they distil their bourbon to the lowest proof of any US whiskey distillery. This proffers a bourbon that retains a rich flavour. Developed by Bill Samuels Sr, he replaced rye with red winter wheat to reduce the burning sensation.
Chivas Regal 12 year old is a very popular blend, particularly in America. It is often referenced in popular music, it was actually reputed to be a favourite drink of Jim Morrison.
A classic Island dram from the Isle of Skye. Always highly rated, this was an Editor’s Choice at Whisky Magazine. Lots of spice and fresh, tangy peat.
The entry level bottling from the illustrious Glenlivet distillery at Speyside’s heart, aged for 12 years. The archetypal Speyside dram, honey and orchard fruit driven.