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Blenders Pride Whisky
Blenders Pride Whisky is one of the most famous whisky brands in India. For those who enjoy a drink at any moment of their life, Blenders Pride is the one that is on the top of the list. Today, it commands around 55% of the market in the premium whisky segment in India.
Blenders Pride Reserve Collection Whisky
Blenders Pride was first launched in the year 1995 and was the recipient of much acclaim owing to its smooth blend and unique taste that was unlike any Indian whisky brands in the market back then.
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Royal Match Scotch
Whisky Royal Match (Royal Game) scotch whisky - easily distinguished by a special taste. With age the whiskey Royal Match acquires the power and variety of aroma and flavor.
Jura Superstition Lightly Peated
A union of two Jura malt whisky styles: one bold, strong and peated, the other warm and delicate. Superstition is a unique whisky created from the marriage of traditional Islay style peated barley and a selection of aged malts.
Robert Brown Uruguayan Whisky
"Robert Brown was established in 1865 as a Blender and Scotch Whisky Merchant. His registered blend's of whisky were well known household names such as the 15 year old ""Four Crown's."" His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales even liked this blend of Scotch. Mr Brown had an export trade as well, shipping out large quantities to India, the Colonies and Spain. Robert Brown was sole agent for of Henry Thompson & Co.'s ""Old Irish Whiskey."" for over twenty years. This was reputed to be one of the best whiskey labels of it's time and used by Queen Victoria, the Prince of Wales and the Duke of Connaught and was supplied to the Houses of Parliament.. Crooks tried very hard to reproduce this old blend of whiskey, the labeling was very good and was passed around many of the pubs in and around Scotland, however one would know right away by the fowl taste and smell of this copy fire water."
Laphroaig Single Malt Whisky
Laphroaig is a single malt Scotch whisky from the Islay region of Scotland. Islay single malts are known all over the world for their unique strongly peated whiskies with a unique ‘maritime’ character. Although there are a few distilleries on the Isle of Islay that produce unpeated single malts, the identity of the region remains tethered to their most defining trait.
Hyde 6 Year Old No.4 The President's Cask
A 6 year old single malt Irish whiskey, release as part of the Hyde range. Their No.4 President's Cask expression has enjoyed a finishing period in casks that previously were home to some tasty rum, and have imparted notes of zesty tropical fruit and exotic spices to the whiskey.
Early Times Bourbon
Early Times is a Kentucky bourbon from the Brown-Forman portfolio. With a high percentage of corn in the blend, Old Reserve is light and sweet with rich caramel notes.
Hellyers Road Original Roaring Forty
Single malt whisky from the Hellyers Road distillery in Tasmania (which Mike wrote a blog post about a while ago). This is the Original "Roaring Forty" expression, named after the 40km/h winds which blow in the rain-clouds, making the production of this whisky possible. It's aged in American white oak barrels
Suntory Yamazaki 12 Year Old Japanese Single Malt
The Yamazaki 12 Year Old is a Japanese single malt whisky distilled at the first ever Japanese whisky distillery established by Kotobukiya Group, later renamed as Suntory. Released in 1984 for the first time, Yamazaki 12 Year Old is the flagship single malt whisky from Suntory, and has been a highly successful release which Suntory claims to be the ‘Number One’ whisky in Japan.
Glen Turner Malt Scotch
An exceptional Single Malt made in the Highlands in the heart of Scotland. A long aging of 12 years in barrels having previously contained Bourbon, under the supervision of the Master Distiller, is necessary for the development of this Single Malt. It is characterized by its intense golden robe, its deep and warm nose with fruity notes and a round and mellow bouquet.