In his 1930s book ‘Whisky’, Aeneas McDonald teaches us that Glaswegians historically preferred fuller bodied and more flavour-packed whiskies than people in other parts of the world.
So what better name for a whisky such as this? Full, rich and smoky on the palate, with notes of baking spices and sherry wine notes.
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