Finest Blended Scotch Whisky "Label 5", 0.7 L
Reviews of purchase Finest Blended Scotch Whisky "Label 5", 0.7 L
Whiskey light golden color.
In whiskey dry, mild flavor with hints of dried fruit. The finish is soft.
Whisky has a pleasant fruity aroma with hints of peat and smoke.
Whiskey blends well with a cigar can be used in cocktails.
"Label 5" - Classic Blended Scotch whiskey. It is made in the region Highland by blending grain and malt whiskeys, aged 3 years in oak barrels. "Label 5" - one of the most popular temples in Europe, has received international recognition for their high quality. "Label 5" sold in more than 50 countries.
"Label 5" manufactured by "La Martiniquaise" (La Martinikez) - an international holding company, established in 1934 in France. The company's founder - Jean-Pierre Kayyar - started with the import and distribution of rum. In the mid 50-ies of XX century, he was able to expand the range of the company, creating a number of enterprises for the production of alcoholic beverages. By 2001, "La Martiniquaise" was the second in terms of sales on the French market of alcoholic beverages. Its annual turnover is estimated at 460 million. Euro. Every year the company produces about 150 million. Bottles of liquor. A quarter of them are exported to 110 countries. Of particular importance is the holding company "First Blending Group". It was created in 1981 in the famous region of Scotland - Highlands. The company is focused on the production of single malt whiskey "Glen Turner" and high-quality blended whiskey "Label 5". These two temples became the hallmark of "La Martiniquaise". The company "La Martiniquaise" represents production of very high quality. In the production retains all national characteristics that distinguish produced drinks - rum, port or whiskey. Pricing policy corresponds to the optimum value for money.
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.