Whyte & Mackay
Established on the docks of Glasgow in 1844, the brand was named after two
founders, James Whyte and Charles Mackay.
The finest whisky Whyte and Mackay is proud of its Glasgow roots to produce the
rich flavor by combining the best of 35 selected malts in Scotland. The brand
has always believed in the philosophy of good things comes to those who wait,
and that’s how Whyte and Mackay had been known for using the unique ‘double
marriage process’ in blending their whisky which not only guarantees a smooth,
mellow and distinctive character but ensures every drop of Whyte & Mackay
tasting as good as the first. There is an old saying which goes something like
this “You Can’t Hurry Love.” The simple meaning of the saying signifies the
double marriage process.
At 12 years old, when other producers bottle their aged blends, Whyte & MacKay’s
Master Blender brings together the finest malt whiskies, then returns them to
sherry casks to marry for another year of loving union. At 13 years old, the
second marriage takes place, when the finest grain whiskies are introduced to
this blend of malts to create the masterpiece that is THE THIRTEEN.
There are 3 different variants of scotch whisky based on the period of
Whyte and Mackay ‘The Thirteen’ (13 year old blended scotch whisky)
Whyte and Mackay 19 Years Old Blend (19 year old blended ‘premium’ scotch
Whyte and Mackay 22 Years Old (‘Rare’ edition blended scotch whisky)
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