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Whisky Black and White

Whisky Black-And-White botella

B & W Whiskey or Black and White, first appeared in 1884, and its creator Mr. James Buchanan. At first his name was “Buchanan’s Blend”, after the name of its creator. Originally marketed as a white label on a black container, consumers began calling him simply as whiskey “black and …

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Whisky Ballantines

Whisky Ballantine’s Ballantine’s Scotch whiskey is a type of whiskey blended (mixture of whiskey), with a percentage of 40% alcohol. It is produced in England by the company “Chivas Brothers Ltd”. Surge in the town of Edinburgh in 1827, where founder George Ballantine, opened a small shop selling alcohol, when …

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Whisky or Whiskey?

The word whiskey is of Scottish origin, while Whiskey comes from Ireland. In practice, both terms refer to the liquid that comes from aging in wooden barrels, the ferment grain barley, rye, corn and other cereals. The term derives from the Scottish Gaelic Whisky “uisge beatha”, in the case of …

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Whisky MacArthur’s

Whisky MacArthur’s   MacArthur’s Select Scotch Whisky is a brand known for quality and held in high esteem since 1877, whose name evokes quality and tradition associated with the ancient Clan MacArthur. James MacArthur was established in 1982 with the aim of selection of whiskeys from Scottish distilleries, which were …

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Whisky Grant’s

Whisky Grant’s   Cuerpo denso y profundo y un paladar suave y fino, bien integrado en las especias aromáticas del roble característico de las maltas de Glenfidich. Historia del Whisky Grant’s Grant’s es considerado uno de los mejores blended scotch whisky de la industria. Jim Murray, uno de los mayores …

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Johnnie Walker Swing

Johnnie Walker Swing The other Johnnie: Everyone knows the typical labels and colors of Johnnie Walker whiskeys, but not many are known to also produce this interesting issue since 1932. Sir Alexander Walker thought and masterfully managed a product specifically dedicated to transatlantic travel most distinguished of the early twentieth …

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Whisky Old Parr

Old Parr Whisky 12 años

Whisky Old Parr A whiskey old legend: Scotland, its land and its people, transmitted from always that air of mystique and wisdom intertwined, and whiskeys are capacitors in such atmosphere. The cradle of this preparation is the recognized Cragganmore distillery on the banks of the River Spey, which uses the …

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William Lawson’s

Whisky William Lawson’s The unrully Scottish William Lawson whiskey worked as a merchant in the city of Dundee and in 1849 created his product. During World War II the brand went through serious financial problems but at the end that was recovered, moving its production to the city of Liverpool, …

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Whisky White Horse

  Whisky White Horse It is known since 1890 and said of his creator, Sir Peter Mackie, who was “third genius, one third megalomaniac, and another third eccentric” and so, always pursuing the best outcome in life. At his death, in 1924, sales of his work were duplicated, being the …

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Whisky Something Special

whisky something special

Whisky Something Special The finest ‘standard’: In the city of Edinburgh, William Hill began their business in 1793 in the field of spirits. But it was not until 1912 that the brand was presented. At that time he was awarded the Royal Warrant by Queen Victoria, placing the firm Hill …

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