Whisky McClelland's Lowland, 1750 ml
Mature whiskey-colored summer barley.
Pure taste of whiskey, opening mint, a little citrus, fresh shades. There is not a hint of peat tones dominate fruit and barley notes. A great example of netorfyanogo malt; in a smooth, lively and very interesting aftertaste reveals notes of butterscotch.
The aroma of whiskey and a little fruity floral with notes of oak and caramel, light aroma of buttered toast.
Whisky is great in itself, is a perfect complement cigar.
The range of single malts McClelland's Single Malt is the four main regions of Scotland - Highland, Islay, Speyside and Lowlands. Whiskey McClelland's - an inexpensive single malt whiskey, first released in 1986. Each whiskey in this series reflects in its taste characteristics of different regions of Scotland, and the label of each type is decorated with landscape of the region, made the British artist Katie White.
McClelland's company was founded in 1818 in Glasgow and was engaged in mixing different blends and their export to the international market. In 1970, the company acquired the Stanley Morrison, owner of Morrison Bowmore Distillers, and now he continues to export whiskey brand McClelland's worldwide. Whiskey McClelland's - an inexpensive singlmolt, which cost less than many other single malts. Distillery company McClelland not, and for the production of alcohols are taken from distilleries that are "Morrison Bowmore Distilles". McClelland's Single Malt was first released in 1986. Whiskey five-year exposure is stored on one of several distilleries Morrison Bowmore.