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Whyte & Mackay has been blending Scotch whiskies since 1844. This is when the whisky merchants James Whyte and Charles Mackay began to sell their own blend under the name of Whyte & Mackay Special. Based in Glasgow, Scotland, this company has been making its award-winning whisky ever since.
The Whyte & Mackay Special is the most classic blend in the company's portfolio. A total of 41 different whiskies from all over Scotland give this fine spirit a lot of nuance and body. These are combined in a special double marriage process to ensure that all of the constituent parts end up on an equal footing. All 41 whiskies become one and that one whisky is good for all!
Silky and soft on the palate, Whyte & Mackay Special is ideal for mixing. Its lovely oak flavour and nice level of sweetness will add a special touch to any drink its added to. With so many different, distinct whiskies making up the blend, it should be no surprise that there are so many notes of flavour in the final product. Warm yourself up with winter with Whyte & Mackay Special. Neat, on the rocks, or in the drink of your choice, it is sure to please.
Elaboration of Whyte & Mackay Special 1L
Whyte & Mackay Special 1L
- Color: Whyte & Mackay Special 1L presents rich and golden hues.
- Smell: Full and round with silk spectrum is shown immediately. Impeccable balance without the predominance of any malt or grain whiskey. Fruity nose with dates and figs.
- Taste: With notes of oak and malt fig. Harmony and reward the palate upbringing in a majestic manner. By allowing this noble whiskey run over the tongue, the warmth of the mouth releases additional flavors, sweet red fruits come in abundance.
PRODUCER: Whyte & Mackay
ALCOHOL: 40% Vol
The Glasgow-based company Whyte & Mackay can trace its roots back to 1844. This company has steadily grown over time and has gathered distilleries from all around Scotland under its wings to become a great name in the world of Scotch whisky. The company currently offers a self-branded blended Scotch whisky as well as a whisky-based light spirit drink. Each of its distilleries offers its own products as well.More about the Producer