Sunday, March 3, 2013

The evolution of Black Dog Scotch Whisky

Walter Millard being an angler, named the whisky Black Dog in honour of his favorite salmon fishing fly used in the Spey and Tay rivers of Scotland since the early 19th century. Such is the rich history of this scotch. That was the time when a great legend was born - Black Dog Scotch.

Just to elaborate.....from the Scottish highlands came Walter Millard. A career in British India made him the controller of Phipson and Co. Ltd. But the search of an impeccable whisky took him back to Scotland in 1883. And it was at his father-in-law, James Mackinlay’s home, that his search ended.

Mackinlay’s presentation of Scotch whisky labels based on the names of different Salmon fishing flies was to change Walter Millard’s life - and the world of the finest Scotch...Millard discovered Black Dog.

Even over a hundred years later, Black Dog whisky has remained faithful to the original blend. With its famous mellow smoothness, the quality and consistency of the blend of Black Dog has been preserved through generations.  

That’s the promise of Black Dog’s portfolio Black Dog Scotch Whisky

Today Black Dog is savored as a Scotch-whisky distilled, matured and blended in the lowland regions of Scotland. After more than 125 years every time-honored process is followed the same way to produce the impeccable blend of robust, yet smooth Scotch-whisky which is relished as an intricate fusion of delicate tones and soft aromas. Available in 3 enchanting blends – 18 Year Old Reserve Scotch-whisky, 12 Year Old Deluxe Scotch-whisky and Centenary Scotch-whisky.

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