Whisky Scottish Leader, 4.5 L
Whiskey rich amber color.
Whiskey with a soft, well-balanced, full-bodied taste with a hint of honey. Long, slightly sweet aftertaste. In the Scottish Leader whiskey present feature of this "Scotch" - smoked flavor and smoke, and has its own distinguishing feature - a light salty tinge "island" malt whiskey.
Whiskey has a very complex bouquet with hints of peat and smoke.
Lovely afternoon drink. Whiskey is particularly good in combination with a cigar.
Scottish Leader - the main brand of the company Burn Stewart. Whiskey was born in the late 19th century and for many years has developed as an independent brand. House of the whiskey distillery is the leader of the Scottish Dinston located in the Highlands, near the town of Dun, where he created a great single malt whiskey - the heart of the blend Scottish Leader.
Burn Stewart independently controls the entire production process, ensuring whiskey Scottish leaders need to complete and sweet taste, and also allows you to purchase a large beverage softness. As part of Scottish Leader - 25 varieties of aged malt whiskey and 5 types of grain. The label whiskey Scottish Leader depicts a deer, one of the traditional symbols of Scotland and embodies the strength, energy and power.
In recent years there has been a steady growth in demand for whiskey Scottish Leader, making it one of the world's leading brands. Today whiskey exported to more than 45 countries. In 2005, an independent agency of the Scottish blind tasting was held, which was attended by about 200 fans of high-quality adhesive tape, in tasting third of the participants gave the first whiskey Scottish Leader. In 1997, the whiskey was also awarded the prestigious Gold Medal Competition International Spirits Challenge, which once again confirms its highest quality.
Burn Stewart Distillers Limited owns three distilleries and the owner of the portfolio of brands of Scotch whiskey. Shop for bottling and office are located in East Kilbride, near Glasgow. Burn Stewart Distiller company owned distilleries: Dinston in Duns, on the island of Islay Bannahabheyn and Tobermory on the Isle of Mull. Burn Stewart produces and sells a line of fine whiskey brands shotladsky that cater to various tastes of buyers.