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<h3 class="tm6 tm7"><span class="tm8"></span><span class="tm9">Jameson is a blended</span> Irish whisky produced by Irish Distillers, an affiliated company of Pernod Ricard. The company was founded in 1780 when John Jameson created the Bow Street Distillery in Dublin. Jameson was scottish, a lawyer from Alloa, married to Margaret Haig, sister of the founders of the leading Haig companies, who were related to the Steins, a Scottish family in the distillery business in Dublin. In the collection of the National Gallery of Ireland there are portraits of John and Margaret Jameson, belonging to Sir Henry Raeburn. Originally one of Dublin's top six whiskeys, Jameson is now distilled in cork. In 2013, annual sales reached 4 million boxes (48 million bottles). Jameson is certainly the highest-selling Irish whiskey in the world, and has been selling on the international market since the early 19th century, when John Jameson and his son (also called John) produced more than one million gallons (3.8 million liters) a year.</h3> <h3 class="tm5 tm6" style="text-align:left;"></h3>
Price €15.45


<h3 style="text-align:center;"><strong><span class="tm6">THE LEGEND OF HIGHLANDER</span></strong></h3> <h3 style="text-align:left;"><span class="tm7"> <strong>William Lawson's attitude,</strong>also known as The Highlander, towards life was NOT RULES. And creating a very fine drink, <strong>GREAT SCOTCH.</strong> From the countless stories, we know he was different. They say that 'polite society' wasn't exactly their natural home. The millions of "proper" rules and ways of doing things always intrigued him. The biggest mystery for Lawson... "Why does a good whiskey have to be so snobby and cost the land?" The smell, swallow, talk of notes of fruit and leather... That's bullshit! </span>Handmade? All whiskey is handmade, try doing without your hands! Aged 20 years in an old barrel? That doesn't make it a better whiskey! They say he made his own whiskey, as simple and rule-breaking as he did. The result: the true Highlander spirit in a bottle. Inspired by William's legacy, we still make our scotch in Macduff, and we do it our way. You won't find macduff distillery on a postcard, it wasn't built to be beautiful, it was built to make Great Scotch. Whiskey with teeth ... and balls. Forged, not manufactured. Big, bold and absolutely smokeless... This scotch is for drinking. As you wish! Direct or with glue. Damn, try it with apple juice... It doesn't matter! Lawson's is perfectly balanced. Like the Great Scotch should be.</h3> <p></p>
Price €10.16


<h3 class="Normal tm6"><span class="tm7">The </span> <strong><span class="tm8">Old Bushmills Distillery</span></strong> <span class="tm7"> is a distillery in Bushmills, Country Antrim, Northern Ireland, owned by Casa Cuervo of Mexico. The Bushmills distillery uses water taken from Saint Columb's Rill, which is a tributary of the Bush River. The distillery is a popular tourist attraction, with around 120,000 visitors a year. </span>The company that originally built the distillery was formed in 1784, although the date 1608 is printed on the brand label - referring to an earlier date when a royal permit was granted to a local landowner to distill whisky in the area. After several closing periods in its subsequent history, the distillery has been in continuous operation since it was rebuilt after a fire in 1885.</h3> <p></p>
Price €14.63


<h2 style="text-align:center;"><strong><span class="tm6">J&amp;B</span></strong></h2> <h2 style="text-align:justify;"><span class="tm6">Justerini &amp; Brooks is a fine and distilled wine merchant founded in St. James in 1749, originally to supply wine and spirits to london's aristocratic families. The company has been a supplier to all British monarchs since the coronation of King George III in 1761.</span> Today, Justerini &amp; Brooks sells to private collectors based in 49 different countries, as well as a number of hotels and restaurants in the UK. The company is known for its extensive portfolio of fine wines and represents many of the world's leading winemakers and castles, including Château Pétrus and Château Lafleurr in Bordeaux, Comte Liger Belair, Marquis de Angerville and Domaines Roumier, Mugnier, Bruno Clair, Leroy, Rousseau, Rouget, Coche Dury among others in Burgundy. Didier Daguen eau no Loire, Domaine Chave and Chêne Bleu in the Rhône, Weingut Joh Jos Prume in Germany, as well as Altare, Roagna, Voerzio and Azelia in Barolo. The company is known for creating and developing its homemade whiskey, J&amp;B Rare. Justerini &amp; Brooks is owned by the multinational DIAGEO.</h2> <p></p>
Price €13.41


<h3 class="Normal tm5" style="text-align:justify;"><span class="tm7">The story of <strong>JOHNNIE WALKER</strong> begins, of course, with the man who gave his name to our whiskey. John Walker's father died in 1819. A tough start for a country boy, but John always had something special. The glow in the eyes, fire in the bowels, energy in every step i took. At that time, the world was not the friendliest place and John knew it. There was no time for afflictions. He had to make a living.</span> <span class="tm7">That year, the family farm was sold and the money was used for John Walker to establish, along with his brother, the grocery store itself in the prosperous town of Kilmarnock. It was a small step. He had a natural gift for business, in addition to the talent for producing whisky. At that time, most traders stocked unique malts, but they were never consistent. John began mixing them so that his whisky always tasted the same, which proved to be a popular addition to his stock.</span> <span class="tm7">When John died in 1857, after a full and prosperous life, he left his son Alexander a very strong business. They were times of rapid change. The UK was the driving force of the Industrial Revolution and everything changed very fast. Rail transport arrived in Kilmarnock, transporting goods to large ships that traveled routes to the four corners of the world. </span></h3> <p class="Normal tm5"></p> <h3 style="text-align:left;"></h3> <p></p>
Price €24.80


<h2 style="text-align:justify;"><span class="tm7"></span><strong>Jack Daniel's is</strong> <span class="tm7"> a whiskey manufactured </span>by Jack Daniel <em>Distillery,</em>founded in<span class="tm7">1876 by American distiller Jack Daniel (Jasper Newton Daniel), based in Lynchuborg, Tennessee, USA. Since 1956 he has been part of the Brown-Forman Corporation group. Known for the quadrangular black label bottles, it is one of the best-selling whiskeys in the world. Among the </span> <em>whiskeys,</em><span class="tm7">it is classified as </span>Tennessee <em>Whiskey</em>, due to the<span class="tm7">differentiated distillation process. It is also called </span> <em>Old No. 7</em> <span class="tm7"> ("Old Number 7").</span> It uses corn, rye, barley malt and iron-free water as ingredients in its manufacture. It is distinguished by its careful process of elaboration, distillation and ripening, combined with the climate of Tennessee. With large temperature differences between winter and summer, the ripening process in Tennessee ensures a great interaction between whiskey and barrel, giving Jack Daniel's more watery flavor and color. It is not aged since this process refers to the time that whiskey stays inside the oak barrel. In the case of Jack Daniel's the whiskey is matured, having to do with the climate of the region.</h2> <h2 style="text-align:justify;"></h2> <p></p>
Price €22.60


<h3><span class="tm6">Thanks to the natural alchemy and centuries-old craftsmanship, The <strong>Balvenie</strong> is unique among the single malts. Our whisky making process is dedicated to maintaining Five Rare Crafts and we are the only distillery in Scotland that still grows its own barley, uses traditional malting and retains both a latoeiro and a team of tanoeiros on site. And, of course, our Master's Master David C. Stewart MBE presides over the very important maturation process. Making Balvenie the most handmade single malts.</span></h3> <h3></h3>
Price €41.46


<h3><span class="tm6"><strong>Cutty Sark</strong> is a mixed scotch whisky brand, founded in 1923 by Berry Bros. &amp; Rudd. Named after the legendary Tea Clipper ship – the fastest ship of its days – <strong>Cutty Sark is</strong> one of the world's most recognised Scotch whia. The brand is now owned by The Erdington Group. </span>It all started in 1923 when Francis Berry and Hugh Rudd, one of his partners at Berry Bros. &amp; Rudd, founded in 1698, decided to produce a "better whiskey than anyone who could buy on the market". Thus was born <strong>Cutty Sark</strong> Blended Scotch Whisky, an original style of whisky developed specifically for international markets and produced with the finest malts and grain whiskies of the Scottish Speyside region. Traditionally, the whiskeys of the time were dark, <strong>but Cutty Sark</strong> was revolutionary given its naturally light color. It was a Scottish artist named James McBey, who suggested for the new whisky the name of "<strong>Cutty Sark</strong>", as well as the fastest and most famous Scottish sailboat carrying tea, launched into the sea in Dumbarton on 22 November 1869.</h3> <p></p>
Price €10.98


<h3><span class="tm7">The CARDHU distillery was founded in 1824 by John Cumming, who was formerly a whisky smuggler. The distillery was located high on mannoch hill, above the Spey River, due to peat that softened the water. The distillery began as an agricultural distillery, working seasonally after harvest. The distillery was run primarily by Helen Cumming, who used to sell bottles of whiskey to passers-by through the window of her farmhouse. </span>Because of the hill where the distillery of the farm was, Helen saw the arrival of the police and threw herself flour and said she was making bread to disguise the smell. She then offered them tea and hoisted a flag outside so that the other nearby distilleries could see and act immediately.</h3> <h3><span class="tm7">In 1885, the distillery was rebuilt on a new piece of land, but remained in the hands of the Cummings, being run by Elizabeth Cumming, the daughter-in-law of John and Helen Cumming. The stills from the old distillery building were sold to William Grant, who set up the Glenfiddich distillery. The new building and distilleries meant cardhu could produce three times the amount of whiskey he previously produced. These higher production levels led JOHNNIE WALKER and Sons to buy much of Cardhu's production to apply to their increasingly popular mix.</span></h3> <p></p>
Price €27.56


<h3><span class="tm7"><strong>Glenfiddich Distillery was</strong> founded in 1886 by William Grant in Duffttown, Scotland, in the Fiddich River Valley. <strong>Glenfiddich single malt</strong> whisky came out of the stills on Christmas Day 1887. </span> <span class="tm7">In the 1920s, with the ban </span> <span class="tm7">in place in the United States, <strong>Glenfiddich</strong> was one of the few distilleries to increase production. This put them in a strong position to meet the sudden surge in demand for fine aged whiskeys that came with the repeal of the ban. </span> <span class="tm7">In the 1950s, the Grant family built an on-site infrastructure that included latoeiros to maintain copper stills</span> and a dedicated pottery that<span class="tm7"> is now one of the few remaining in distilleries. In 1956, Grant's launched the now iconic triangular bottle, designed by Hans Schleger. </span> <span class="tm7">After difficult times in the 1960s and 1970s, many small independent distillers were bought or closed their doors. To survive, W. Grant &amp; Sons expanded its production of the drink and introduced advertising campaigns and a visitor center. </span> <span class="tm7">In this period, they also made the decision to start marketing the single malt as a premium brand by itself, effectively creating the modern category of malt single whisky with the introduction in 1963 of <strong>the Glenfiddich</strong> single malt in the United States and other foreign markets.</span></h3> <p></p>
Price €26.02


<h3 style="text-align:justify;"><span class="tm6">Tucked away next to a wooded gorge in Speyside, there's a place where things continued at a different pace. A place where no distraction or noise hinders our daily task of making one of the best single malts in the world. </span> <strong>Glenrothes is</strong> a practical and simple distillery. From the people in the tunnel room and the distillery, to the warehouse workers and the sample room where our Master Whisky Maker smells the newly designed spirit. The heart and soul of <strong>The Glenrothes</strong> is your whiskey. Quietly and without fuss, our distillery has been producing some of Speyside's best single malts for over a century. That's it. Our brand has long been under the radar of the general public, but at the top of the list of whisky aficionados, who instantly recognize the 'house' style of <strong>a The Glenrothes.</strong> Immaculate, immutable and created by authentic whisky artisans. One of Speyside's best kept secrets.</h3> <h3 style="text-align:justify;"></h3> <p></p>
Price €45.45


<h3 style="text-align:justify;"><span class="tm7">The founder of whisky, <strong>NIKKA FROM BARREL</strong> (Masataka Taketsuru,) travelled to Scotland in 1918 to learn the process of distillation of Scotch whisky firsthand. He studied organic chemistry with Prof TS Patterson at the University of Glasgow and production of malt whisky at hazelburn distillery in Campbeltown near Mull of Kintyre. He married Jessie Roberta "Rita" Cowan, daughter of a doctor from Glasgow, and returned with her to Japan in 1920. In 1923 he joined Kotobukiya (now Suntory) and helped establish a distillery before starting Nikka in 1934. </span> <span class="tm7">After their death, the company was run by his adopted son,</span> <span class="tm7"> Masataka Taketsuru, who substantially expanded his business.</span></h3> <p></p>
Price €42.68