Just seen this on the Rangers website. Not a Whiskey fan myself, this stuff any good??
Whisky is only made in Scotland. Whiskey is everywhere else in the world including Ireland, America and Japan.
I have had a few Japanese ones where they spell it without the E. Until then I had always thought that "Whisky"(no E) was some sort of a protected name (Like Champagne etc).Whisky is only made in Scotland. Whiskey is everywhere else in the world including Ireland, America and Japan.
Bought a bottle of the 55 collection but haven't opened it yet and don't know if I ever will.
Douglas Laing are an independent bottler as opposed to a distillery, so whether or not its any good will depend upon what whisky they are using.
interesting - so maybe it was ok because they just called it "Whisky". It was definitely pre-brexit that I bought the bottle of Yamizake, but I am not sure if or how these laws affect imports"Scotch whisky" is registered as a Geographical Indication (“GI”) in the EU.
An absolute gentleman is Fred.Fred Laing, who owns the business, is as big a bluenose as you’ll get.
Cracking guy and loves the Rangers so this will be dreamland for him.
Good whisky too, and the 150 range was a huge success so the tie in makes sense.
Delighted for Fred personally.