A blend of the finest single malt and single grain whiskies, each deliciously distinctive. The heart of the Bell’s blend is rich, spiced and nutty, like a rich ginger cake, complemented with refreshing zesty fruit tones.
The Black Grouse (Terao terix) is rare relative of Scotland’s national game bird, the Red Grouse. Similarly, The Black Grouse Blended Scotch Whisky, born out of marriage of the The Famous Grouse with Islay malt whiskies, is a breed apart. The smoky influence of the peated malts is balanced by the trademark smoothness of The Famous Grouse to create underlying hints of cocoa and spice. With a long, smoky, aromatic finish, it’s hardly surprising that The Black Grouse has been listed as The Best New Scotch Blended Whisky in Jim Murray’s 2008 Whisky Bible.
Chivas Regal 12 year old is an expression of a unique tradition of rich, smooth whiskies. The whisky is round & creamy on the palate with an aromatic infusion of wild herbs, heather, honey and orchard fruits. Chivas 12 bursts with the rich taste of ripe, honeyed apples, and notes of vanilla, hazelnut and butterscotch and has a lingering finish.
Despite the fact that the label is quite clearly a pale yellow colour, Dewar’s White Label this remains a hugely popular blend, especially Stateside. Dewar’s whiskies have won more than 400 awards and medals in over 20 countries.
What’s the best way to drink J&B RARE? Through the mouth and down the throat. Seriously, you can drink J&B any way you like. Drink it neat, on the rocks, with a mixer or in a cocktail. Whatever you prefer. J&B is specially blended to make it ideal for mixing. The flavours in mixers such as cola, ginger ale and lemon complement the balanced characters of J&B RARE. We recommend you try these first.