Old Smuggler Scotch Whisky

The term whisky derives from the Gaelic “uisge beatha,” or “usquebaugh,” meaning “water of life.” The origins are lost to history but it was most likely first brewed by the ancient Celts who learned distillation from the Spanish and French. Old Smuggler is best enjoyed neat, over ice or with natural mineral water

Old Smuggler Scotch Whisky Bottle Image

Tasting Notes

Gold/amber color. Flavors of charcoal, English toffee and caramel. Slightly dry with hints of nut and heather.


Gold amber


Flavors of charcoal, English toffee and caramel


Creamy at palate entry, then toffee on the midpalate. Finishes up mildly spicy and oaky.

Pair with flavors that compliment the initial whiffs find soft, biscuit and sugar-cookie scents; aeration adds deeper aromas of cereal, honey, yeast and light caramel.

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