Chivas Regal has partnered with venerable Italian design firm Pininfarina to produce a stylish re-design of its Chivas regal 18-Year-Old blended Scotch whisky. Just in time for the upcoming holiday gift-giving season, Pininfarina designed a supple, curvy gift tin which highlights the bottle and gives it a distinct aerodynamic look reminiscent of its more famous […]
The Glover 18 – a blend of Scottish and Japanese whiskies – is now available to the whisky-drinking world. The whisky brand takes its name from Thomas Blake Glover, who was nicknamed the Scottish Samurai because of the profound impact he had on the modernization of Japan in the 19th century. The Glover 18 is […]
Suntory has released a new blended whisky they are calling Suntory Whisky Toki. Suntory Whisky Toki is a blend of whiskies from a trio of Japanese distilleries – Hakushu Distillery, Yamazaki Distillery and Chita Distillery. Specifically, the blend mixes Yamazaki’s malts with Hakushu’s American white oak cask malt whisky and Chita’s heavy-type grain whisky. The […]
Angel’s Nectar is on its way to your house. It’s possible you already had something you called angel’s nectar in your house but you didn’t have the blended malt Scotch whisky called Rich Peat Edition Angel’s Nectar from Speyside distillery, Highfern. The Rich Peat Edition of Angels’ Nectar blended malt Scotch whisky has been created […]
A pair of Irish whiskies – blended and single malt – will be arriving on American shores this month – both are from The Quiet Man in Derry, Ireland. Distilled in traditional Irish whiskey pot stills matured in oak barrels and re-casked in first-fill bourbon casks, The Quiet Man Traditional Blended Irish whiskey and The […]
William Grant & Sons has launched their Art Deco-inspired House of Hazelwood range of blended Scotch whiskies. The House of Hazelwood collection is comprised of a 25-year-old whisky, a 21-year-old whisky and an 18-year-old whisky with package designs representing Paris – the city where the Art Deco movement was invented – along with Mumbai [Bombay] […]
Whyte and Mackay has released a new advertising campaign entitled “Surprisingly Smooth” for their blended whiskey that features a lion illustrated to resemble a sophisticated gentleman enjoying a taste of whiskey that is supposed to point out Whyte and Mackay’s triple maturation process. The illustration of the lion was done by Tim Flach.
Up until this week, The Famous Grouse had called their premium product, The Black Grouse – but that has all changed and The Famous Grouse’s premium product will henceforth be known as The Famous Grouse Smoky Black. The Famous Grouse Smoky Black – a blended Scotch whisky – remains unchanged inside the bottle but will […]