In order to understand the secret contained inside this very special Sovereign bottle, you have to understand a bit about how the Scotch industry works and what “teaspooning” means. There’s a long history of barrel trading and brokering between blenders and distilleries in Scotland, and some producers are very protective of their name brand. As you’ve likely noticed, we’ve been able to secure single cask selections from top names like Bowmore, Caol Ila, and Highland Park over the years, and those distilleries allow us to use the name, but others take more drastic measures. By adding a teaspoon of a second single malt whisky into the barrel, the whisky instantly becomes a “blended malt” rather than a single malt, rendering the labeling of that whisky as a single distillery illegal.
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