Monday, 5 October 2009

Black Bottle Scotch Whisky 40%


James Graham a shoemaker from the crofters village of Torphins close to North east port of Aberdeen had thee sons Charles David and Gordon. On their coming of age they left the family home to find employment in Aberdeen.

At the time Aberdeen was a thriving with imports from around the world especially with from teas from Ceylon and chin. The brothers quickly established themselves as Tea importers and blenders and opened the First graham offices in Union street at the heart of Aberdeen’s commercial quarter.

During this period the brothers became locally known for their blending of whisky and in 1879 they decided to launch the Black Bottle Blended Scotch Whisky.


Black Bottle Scotch Whisky Tasting notes
Colour: - Rich and golden.
Nose: - Fresh and fruity with hints of peat.
Palate: - Full with slight sweetness followed by a delightful smoky flavour
Finish: - Long and warming with an interesting, smoky , Islay character.

More information about the Black Bottle Scotch Whisky Click here

You can buy Black Bottle Scotch Whisky at www.whiskys.co.uk

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