Whisky "Mitchell's", gift box, 0.7 L
Reviews of purchase "Mitchell's", gift box, 0.7 L
Whiskey light straw color.
Whiskey has spicy, smooth taste of medium intensity with fruity notes. Long aftertaste slightly "smoggy".
The aroma of whiskey spicy, with hints of lemon, peach, ginger and almond nuances of caramel, marzipan and ripe berries.
Whiskey served as a digestif (neat or on the rocks), combines well with a cigar.
"Mitchell's" - Blended Scotch whiskey, which comprises of 60% and 40% of single malt grain whiskeys. Whiskey is distilled and bottled in Scotland distillery Mitchell's Glengyle.
A long and colorful history of Mitchell's Glengyle distillery associated with the name William Mitchell. William was the son of the founder of Springbank Distillery Archibald Mitchell. The family was not only distillers, but also farmers, which was circulated at the time. After a quarrel with his brother, William decided to leave the family business and opened his company. So in 1872, the plant appeared Mitchell's Glengyle. Like most of the distilleries Campbelltown, Glengayl suffered greatly during the economic recession in the 20-ies of XX century. All the company's shares were sold to April 8, 1924. Despite the fact that the distillery produces no alcoholic beverages, it remained in use relative to the present day. In the factory, shooting club, then the depot and office sales of crops. In November 2000, 75 years after the last issue of whiskey distillery bought the company Mitchell's Glengyle Limited led by Hedley Wright, chairman of J & A Mitchell and Co Ltd. and great-great nephew William Mitchell.
Today Mitchell's Glengayl produces whiskey "Mitchell's" whiskey called "Kilkerran". The last name was chosen for the single malt whiskey is not accidental. Firstly, because the name Glengayl at the time of recovery of production has become used to the mixed malt Highland. Secondly, and more importantly, Mitchell's Glengyle very proud that continues the tradition of their ancestors. "Kilkerran" is derived from the Gaelic "Ceann Loch Cille Chiarain", the name of settlement Saint Kerran, the site of which is now located Campbelltown.