Whisky "Cutty Sark", 50 ml
Has a light golden color.
Cutty Sark has a mild and light taste, which are most pronounced sweetish notes of vanilla, is the hallmark of this whiskey, harmoniously complemented by fresh floral and fruity tones.
In light fragrance sound notes of coconut, flowers, vanilla and oak.
Due fresh and light texture may be used in pure form, ice, or diluted with water or soda water may also be added to the cocktail.
Cutty Sark - the world's first light blended whiskey, which, thanks to its mild and light taste won recognition in more than 120 countries worldwide. His name was in honor of whiskey most famous and the only surviving tea clipper the moment, which was built in 1869 in Scotland. The appearance of Cutty Sark whiskey associated with the introduction in 1920 in the US Prohibition, when in 1923 it began smuggled into America. Scotch whiskey quickly became popular, and after the repeal of Prohibition became the best-selling brand among alcoholic beverages, the Cutty Sark, and to this day continues to maintain its leading position in the US market.
Cutty Sark whiskey is made one of the best blenders Scotland, and it includes 30 most selective Speyside malt whiskeys, Highlands and Islay. After malt alcohols are mixed with grain whiskey is aged in barrels of American white oak for six months, which gives her a soft and balanced taste. High quality whiskey Cutty Sark repeatedly recognized leading experts. Thus, according to the rating of the last issue authoritative annual reference for Jim Murray "Whisky Bible», Cutty Sark Original received 88 points out of 100, beating many well-known brands of blended whiskey.
Today, the Cutty Sark is associated with adventure and the sea, because it is bottled in green glass, the label that adorns the most famous clipper, a manufacturer of whiskey - the company Berry Brothers & Rudd is one of the sponsors of the most famous international regatta Cutty Sark Tall Ships' Race , which is held annually in Europe.
La Martiniquaise was founded in 1934 by Jean Caillard, whose main activity was the production and export of rum. Since 1946, the company has significantly expanded its product range by diversifying it with other alcoholic beverages. In 1981, as a well-known French group, La Martiniquaise created Glen Turner for the production of Scotch whiskey. Spillage of whiskey occurs in a small town of Bathgate, there are also warehouses in which ripen spirits. In the future, it is planned to expand production capacities and build a new plant, which will be equipped with the latest equipment corresponding to the latest technology for the production of whiskey. Glen Turner is number one in France among malt drinks.