Whisky Gordon & MacPhail, "Frasers Reserve" Lowland, gift box, 0.7 L
Whisky has a light amber color.
Light, refreshing taste of whiskey filled with notes of cinnamon, cedar, oak, walnut, wood oil, spices and cigars. The finish is medium length, slightly somewhat dry, with a hint of pipe tobacco.
Whisky has a light, balanced aroma with hints of mown hay, heather and oak.
Consumed whiskey manufacturers recommend as an aperitif or digestif, perhaps, slightly diluted with water.
Thin and delicate malt whiskey "Frasers Reserve" Lowland from Gordon & MacPhail before bottling going through a maturation in American oak barrels. During the years of aging whiskey gets soft, balanced flavor and light, refreshing taste with woody and spicy undertones. "Frasers Reserve" Scottish Lowlands - a great beverage choice for those who wish to relieve fatigue and restore power after an eventful day.
May 24, 1895, James Gordon and John Alexander McPhail announced the opening of its store on South Street in Elgin, which offers customers a wide selection of food, a lot of varieties of tea, as well as a rich assortment of wines and spirits. But from the very beginning has been the main thrust of whiskey. Ready malt whiskey or bought at the leading factories in Scotland, whiskey is bottled with its own label and distributed in the local market. Later it was bought by an export license. Today, the company "Gordon and McPhail" - this is not a small family shop, and the oldest and largest one of the most respected companies in Scotland. "Gordon and McPhail" is not included in the world's major alcoholic concerns, which allows to pay more attention to the quality and variety of products offered to customers.