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Dunkeld Atholl Brose
Strength 35% LCBO # 303230 $49.95

Winner of the World’s Best Whisky Liqueur!

More than 300 whiskies and liquors battled during three intensive blind tasting rounds to be crowned the World’s Best Whisky. Judges for Whisky Magazine’s independent editorial panel were drawn from some of the best drinks journalists and retailers across the world, with industry representatives made up of master blenders, distillers and brand ambassadors in the final round. Ref: whiskyintelligence.com. This is an absolute delight “nectar from the gods” and one I’ll be sharing at the LCBO event at the National Club on Wednesday and the ScotchBlog event at Quinns restaurant on Thursday.

Its story begins in 1475, when the Earl of Atholl foiled a rebellion against the King by the Lord of the Isles, Iain MacDonald, by filling the well he drew water from with honey, oatmeal and whisky.

The mixture was so enticing that MacDonald, rather then flee his pursuers, stayed to enjoy the concoction, giving the Earl time to catch him.

To this day, the exact recipe that he found so beguiling remains unknown, but Gordon & MacPhail has brought its essence to life in a captivating, contemporary liqueur.
Perfectly-balanced, silky and smooth, Dunkeld Atholl Brose delights the palate. It combines the finest Speyside Single malt Scotch Whisky with sweet and aromatic notes and a hint of toasted oatmeal to create an easy-drinking and versatile drink that can be enjoyed all year round.

Don’t forget “The Spirits of Kingston Whisky Festival”

by Sylvain Bouffard 

On Saturday evening, February 23rd 2013, between 7 and 10 pm, the Museum will be transformed into a whisky exhibition hall and over twenty Vendors will be dispersed amidst the museum’s displays. The Spirits of Kingston Whisky Festival promises to be a fantastic Night Out:  Sample whiskies, visit a local Museum and support a local charity!

Other whiskies arriving soon

1998     Coal Ila

1997     Blair Athol

1989     Tomatin

1994     Clynlish

1996     Glen Grant

1993     Ledig

1997     Glendullan

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