The Glenlivet 12 YO (40%)

The Glenlivet is a distillery owned by Pernod Ricard. Ballantines Finest of the same owner is in second place in the sale of Scotch whisky, and Glenlivet in the malt whisky category is around the same position. Rumors say Pernod Ricard is working hard to make Glenlivet the best-selling malt whisky…

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Tullamore DEW Original (40%)

The Old Tullamore Distillery was founded in 1829 in the town of Tullamore in central Ireland. The current Tullamore DEW whiskey was developed by Daniel E. Williams, whose initials make up the name of the whiskey. Daniel was the managing director of the distillery and later also the owner. The distillery…

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Grant’s Sherry Cask Finish (40%)

Grant’s Cask Editions have been around for nearly two decades. Nowadays the original bottles have been replaced by rebranded versions. However, the original versions of Ale Cask and Sherry Cask, both released in 2008, are still rarely found in some stores. The Sherry Cask Finish is finished in a barrel that…

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Jameson Irish Whiskey (40%)

Jameson is the best-selling Irish whiskey, producing 20 million bottles a year, or 54,000 every day of the year. The United States is Jameson's largest consumer, accounting for 12% of total production. Including Scotch whiskeys, Jameson’s production is the third largest in the world. In Estonia, a 50 cl bottle of…

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Bushmills Original Whiskey (40%)

The Old Bushmills Distillery was established in 1784 and is the oldest continuously operating and still operating distillery in Northern Ireland. The year 1608 in the bottle means that the distillery was then authorized to distill whiskey. The distillery burned down in 1885, but it was quickly rebuilt and has been…

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Johnnie Walker Black Label 12YO (40%)

London based, the world's biggest alcohol company, Diageo flagship product is Johnnie Walker, the world’s best-selling Scotch whisky. The brand was founded in 1819 and is known for its various color versions, starting with the cheapest Red Label and ending with the very valuable Blue Label. Launched more than a hundred…

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Highland Queen 8YO (40%)

The history of the Highland Queen dates back to 1893, when a company called MacDonald & Muir began producing blended whisky. Initially, malt whiskey from the Glenmorangie distillery was mainly used for blending. However, in 2008 the brand was acquired by Tullibardine Distillery and the main malt whisky component was changed…

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Grant’s Triple Wood (40%)

In June 2018, Grant’s as the world’s third-largest Scotch whisky producer, decided to renew its entire product line. The traditional Grant’s Family Reserve went down in history and was replaced by Grant’s Triple Wood -serie. The product has the same whisky as before, but is matured in three different barrel types.…

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Wild Turkey Rye (40.5%)

Wild Turkey has risen to a significant position in the American whiskey market in recent years. The collaboration with the new brand ambassador Matthew McConaughey has worked well and brought a lot of publicity to the brand. The Italian owner of the brand, Gruppo Campari, has also worked hard to increase…

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Wild Turkey Bourbon Whiskey (40,5%)

Wild Turkey had its roots in 1891, when Thomas Ripy founded the Old Hickory Distillery in Kentucky. However, Bourbon’s name was born during World War II, when a wholesaler on a hunting trip fell in love with this Old Hickory distillate. It was named Wild Turkey and the wholesaler began manufacturing…

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