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Glenmorangie Nectar D'Or is a single malt whiskey from Highland, Scotland. The name of this distillery comes from the Gaelic word "glen" (which means valley) and "morangie" (tranquility).
Glenmorangie is one of Scotland's most respected whiskey distilleries.
The Johnnie Walker Blue Label whisky is a Scotch whisky and is the best of the Walker family, created to reflect the style of the whiskys of the 19th century.
Suntory is the oldest distillery in Japan located in an area with a humid and foggy climate.
Glenmorangie Lasanta 12 Year Old is a Scottish malt single that uses a mixed ripening process to obtain an intense, smooth and creamy whisky.
Glenmorangie is one of Scotland's most respected whisky distilleries and, by extension, the world.
White Walker by Johnnie Walker is a limited edition of Johnnie Walker inspired by the famous HBO series Game of Thrones.
The White Walkers, are the ones who are not dead who occupy the lands beyond the wall, and who threaten to invade the world when winter is here.
Peche Cocktail Yachting is a liquor based on whiskey made in Spain by Bardinet.
Cardhu Amber Rock Single Malt from Cardhu made in the Scottish region of Speyside. It is a soft, sweet whiskey, with notes of chocolates, very nice to pair with food.
Cardhu is a reference in Spain, as it was the first premium distillery that focused its sales to this country.
Glenmorangie Quinta Ruban is a single malt whisky made in Scotland.
The Glenmorangie distillery, which is located near the Scottish town of Tain, in the Scottish Highlands, is made up of old buildings that belong to 1843 and that house the aging warehouses.
Jack Daniel's Whiskey Distillery was founded in Lynchburg Tennessee, United States in 1866, and its founder was Jasper Newton "Jack" Daniel.
Cardhu Gold Reserve is an exceptional golden liquid that comes from the subtle union of the soft and silky character of Cardhu with the taste of dark chocolate and ripe fruit.
Cardhu was born in 1811 on a small farm in the Speyside region, the place where Helen Cumming began to make whisky in small quantities.
Johnnie Walker Black Label, with its origins in the 1870s, the Old Special Whisky, became simply Black Label in 1909. Experts consider it the quintessential deluxe whisky, the benchmark of quality in the world of whisky.