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The Irish may have been the first distillers in the British Isles and, for a brief period in the 19th century, Irish whiskey reigned supreme over its Scottish rival. In 2008, Pernod sold Glendronach tothe consortium headed by Billy Walker that had done such a fine job of revitalising Benriach. In time this does two things: the sulphur lifts to show the delicate fruits behind, while the meatiness changes to add sweet toffee notes and, after extended ageing, a notable spiciness. Port Ellen was founded in 1825 on the south shore of Islay. Blended whiskies are made by mixing together several malts to get a balance of the flavours form each. Pasta of the Day (v) (please ask for choice on booking) with garlic bread. So we made it very easy for you: Drink American whiskey. Bought as gifts so not yet tasted but well packed and speedy service. Train tickets to Edinburgh can also be found via the Railcard website, or Cutty Sark The Cape Home By The Horn via Virgin Trains. Maybe the Scots use a different wood polish than here in Canada. Not Cutty Sark The Cape Home By The Horn surprisingly, these whiskies feature varying degrees of smoke and peat. Nose : Fresh and vibrant with crunchy apples and pears, floral notes and gentle creaminess.
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