Whisky is distilled from a fermented mash of grain, usually corn, rye, barley or wheat and then aged in oak barrels. When placed in these barrels to age, it is a water-colored liquid. It is during the aging period that whisky obtains its characteristic amber color, flavor and aroma.
The major whisky-producing countries are Scotland, Ireland, Canada and the United States. Special grain characteristics, recipes and distillation processes make the whisky of each country distinct from that of the others.
|KING OF SCOTS SCOTCH WHISKY||75 CL|
|HIGHLAND LORD SCOTCH WHISKY||75, 37.5 & 18.75 CL|
|HIGHLAND TOWER SCOTCH WHISKY||75, 37.5 & 18.75 CL|
|BLACK JACK BLENDED WHISKY||75, 37.5, 18.75 & 5 CL|
|ROYAL CLUB 99 BLENDED WHISKY||75, 37.5 & 18.75 CL|
|GOLF CLUB BLENDED WHISKY||75, 37.5, 18.75 & 5 CL|
|CLASSIC BLENDED WHISKY||75, 37.5 & 18.75 CL|