The Edrington Group Ltd


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The Edrington Group Limited

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+44 (0)141 940 4000

2500 Great Western Road,
G15 6RW
United Kingdom

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Cutty Sark Original

A blend of grain whiskies and more than 30 single malt whiskies, predominantly from Speyside, matured mostly in American oak sherry-seasoned casks (no age statement is declared). After blending, Cutty Sark benefits from an extended marrying period of six months in a vat prior to bottling.

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The Snow Grouse

Billed as being the "first Scotch whisky specially created to be served straight from the freezer", this blended Scotch grain whisky is named after a hardy variety of grouse that lives in the highest mountains of the Scottish Highlands.

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The Naked Grouse

This blended Scotch whisky includes malt whisky from Highland Park and The Macallan, both of which have undergone aging in first-fill sherry casks.

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The Black Grouse

Named after the rare Black Grouse bird, a rare cousin to the better known Red Grouse. Only around 5,000 male Black Grouse birds survive in Britain and 50 pence from each bottle of Black Grouse whisky sold will be donated to RSPB charity towards conservation work.

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The Famous Grouse

The Famous Grouse is the No.1 whisky in Scotland and No.6 blended whisky worldwide. Its origins lie in the early 1800s when Matthew Gloag established a grocery and wine shop at 24 Atholl Street, Perth.

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The Famous Grouse Celebration Blend

Blended using whiskies from 1981 and subsequent years, 5,000 collectable ceramic Wade decanters were released in 2011, each adorned with three illustrations of the grouse taking flight, painted by British wildlife artist Rodger McPhail, the artist behind the Grouse label itself.

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Famous Grouse Liqueur

Launched at the end of 2003, this superb liqueur in its cute dumpy bottle failed to catch on and as a result, its production ceased.

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Cutty Sark Tam o'Shanter

Released to coincide with Burns night in January 2012 and limited to 5,000 bottles, this is the first blend created by master blender Kirsteen Campbell and is an extension of Cutty Sark 25 Year Old.

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Gloag’s London Dry Gin

Launched in 1996 by The Edrington Group, makers of The Famous Grouse Scotch this gin is named after Matthew Gloag, the man who created Famous Grouse. An extended steeping period is used to extract the flavour from the 11 botanicals, which include sweet orange peel, nutmeg and grains of paradise.

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Black Grouse Alpha

Launched at the at TFWA World Exhibition in September 2011, The Black Grouse Alpha Edition is a richer, smokier expression of regular The Black Grouse with a greater concentration of aged, peaty malt whiskies in the blend.

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Cutty Sark Storm

Like the regular Cutty Sark blend, Storm is based on grain whisky from the North British Distillery but with a higher proportion of malt whiskies, which are also considerably older. Being an Edrington owned blend these malts include a high proportion of the company’s Highland Park and The Macallan.

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Cutty Sark Prohibition

Released in 2013 to celebrate Cutty Sark’s 90th birthday and 80 years since the repeal of American Prohibition on 5th December 1933– remember Cutty Sark was created for smugglers to sell into the lucrative U.S. market during prohibition. Aged in American oak casks and bottled at 100 U.S. proof.

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Ginger Grouse

Launched in 2012, as the name and bird on the label suggests this ginger beer contains Famous Grouse Scotch whisky, although this only constitutes 30% of the spirit base, meaning that 70% of the alcohol is neutral spirit.

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Cutty Sark 33 Year Old Art Deco

Released in November 2014 and limited to 3,456 bottles globally, Cutty Sark Thirty Three Year Old is presented in a bespoke bottle decorated with sunburst and geometric designs in keeping with the Art Deco name.


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