Pig's Nose Blended Scotch Whisky 70 cl
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The name “Pig’s Nose” is derived from its easy, mellow character. As it says on the label, “‘Tis said our scotch is as soft and smooth as a pig’s nose.”
Pig’s Nose is a mid-bodied Scotch, and while it is somewhat complex, the principal characteristics here are how mellow and relaxed it is. The name “Pig’s Nose” comes from an old Scottish folktale which tells the story of how the whiskey came to be known as such; an old farmer had bought some barrels of whisky that were named after pigs! As legend goes, when the old farmer sampled his own whiskey it reminded him of the smell of a pig’s snout – thus becoming known as ‘pigs nose’. Our eco-friendly approach doesn't compromise on protection, ensuring your items are safe during transit.
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Pig’s Nose Whiskey is a delightful spirit made in Scotland that combines the strength of Scotch whisky and the smoothness of Irish whiskey together to create a unique blend. The distillation process used to make this whiskey is quite complex and requires several steps, ranging from milling and mashing the grain all the way through to bottling. To understand exactly how Pig’s Nose Whiskey comes to fruition, let us take an in-depth look at the entire distillation process. Pigs Nose whiskey is a blended Scotch whiskey, created and produced by the Cardhu Distillery in Scotland. It has been around for over 130 years and continues to be popular among whisky aficionados.