Ballantine's Finest 1,75 Liter
|Whisk(e)y type:||Blended Scotch Whisky|
|Bottler:||George Ballantine and Son Ltd.|
|Flavour:||Soft and elegant, heather honey, slight and spicy.|
|Taste:||Balanced with subtle flavours of milk chocolate, apple and vanilla. Rounded body.|
|Finish:||Fresh and floral with a refined aftertaste.|
|Drink recommendation:||Pure, on the rocks, as long drink.|
A soft, round and balanced blend of more than 40 carefully selected malt and grain whiskies all aged for at least three years, and many for much longer. Particularly the signature malt flavours of Miltonduff and Glenburgie give Ballantine´s Finest hints of chocolate, red apple and vanilla.
The story of Ballantine's Scotch Whisky starts in the Scottish Edinburgh in the year 1827 when George Ballantine opened a small food shop there with attached wine and liquor store. Since 1853 was permitted by law the so-called blending, George Ballantine created the finest whiskies trading under the name George Ballantine & Son Ltd. and made one of the best known brand names from his name soon, which then stood for excellent blended scotch whisky. The coat of arms of the house Ballantine still to be found today on every bottle then joined in 1938: The Scottish flag, paired with four components which are most important for the production of good scotch whisky: barley, water, pot stills and oak barrels.
|Country of origin:||Scotland|
|Company:||George Ballantine & Son Ltd.|
|Address:||Dumbarton, G82 2SS - Scotland|