A Marriage of Finest in a Bottle

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Scotland, a land home to about 2,000 breathtakingly beautiful castles and the world famous single malt whisky or simply scotch is a land to behold. If you are looking for an experience that could blow your mind what better way than visiting monuments or better, staying in some of the monuments which were built centuries ago and still stand to tell the tale of the past.

scotland 1883The Royal mile, situated in Edinburgh, capital of Scotland, is considered the most famous street in all of Scotland. The street is home to many historic places such as Edinburgh Castle which dates back to the 12th century and is home to the Crown jewels of Scotland. From there one can go to the St. Giles Cathedral, Scotland’s principal church which is known for its architecture and magnificent. Last but not the least is the Holyrood house, at the bottom of the street, which was the official residence of Queen Mary of Scots.

BD TGR_Easel 3x2-opt2All these beauty and grandeur from the different regions of Scotland have become the symbol of Scotland and Scots. Aside from that, the famous drink, Scotch, has also the country’s representative to every all who love a fine drink. Scotch and Scotland have a deep connection that can be realized when one is presented with the view that Scotland has to offer. While the grandeur and elegance of the castle stun you speechless, the simple beauty of the landscape will completely blow your mind. Just like a glass of Black Dog Scotch, while the mesmerizing color dazzles you, the silky texture and taste blows your mind and lets you forgot all the stress. A trip to Scotland while enjoying its prize scotch, Black Dog, is fitting enough for a luxurious getaway.

A perfect example of the married characteristics of fine whisky from the four regions of Scotland is the Black Dog Triple Gold Reserve. As the name itself suggests, it is the only blended Scotch that is produced involving a triple maturation process. The triple maturation process which involves Grain whiskies and Malt whiskies separately matured in American Bourbon Casks and then blended together and matured again in Oloroso Sherry Butts for an extra longer period of time to give the blend a distinctive flavour and  a delicate finish.

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