Clan Campbell is a blended Scotch whisky made in the purest Scottish tradition. History The Campbell clan is one of the oldest and largest clans in Scotland, renowned for its bravery and influence over the country's history since the 13th century.In 1266, the clan's first chief Sir Colin Campbell was knighted after proving himself to be the King of Scotland's most powerful supporter against the English invader.Today, the Clan has over 14 million descendants around the globe and still carries the same motto: "Ne Obliviscaris", meaning "Forget not".The Clan's current chief, the Duke of Argyll, is Master of the Royal Household in Scotland.In the wild expanses of the Scottish Highlands, the history of the great Clan Campbell meets that of 'uisque beatha', the origin of the word whisky. Production In the purest Scottish tradition, Clan Campbell is distilled, blended and aged in the Highlands. It is a blend of the finest Scotch grain and malt whiskies, aged in oak casks for at least 3 years.Glenallachie distillery near the River Spey in the heart of Speyside produces an elegant malt whisky with notes of pear and citrus that is used in the Clan Campbell blend. Tasting & Serving Colour: amber-gold. Nose: sweet flowery and vanilla notes. Mouth: creamy caramel flavour with a malty sweetness. Finish: delicate yet distinct smokiness. Clan Campbell Scotch Whisky can be served straight, on the rocks or in a long drink.
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