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Whisky produced by George Ballantine & Son Ltd. at Dumbarton, Ballantine’s, is one of the most recognizable and popular blended Scotch whiskies in Poland. The history of this brand dates back to 1827. It is mainly characterized by the use of malt whisky from the Glenburgie and Miltonduff distilleries.

One of the unique editions of the Ballantine’s brand is the one dedicated to one of the most iconic and influential rock bands in the history of music – AC/DC. The logo adorning the unique bottle is one of the most recognizable in the world, and the lightning gives this drink its characteristic power and energy.

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Butelka 700ml

EAN 5000299629413

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The whiskey most likely comes from Ireland. Irish monks were making a liquor known as aqua vitae (the Gaelic name uisge beatha is a translation from Latin) as early as the 7th century. It was a mixture obtained by distillation of fruit fermentation products and used exclusively for medicinal purposes as a means of prolonging life, relieving some ailments (such as colic) and diseases (paralysis, smallpox and others). According to legend, whiskey was invented by St. Patrick. From the 17th century, the shortened form uiskie began to be used, and from around 1715 the name took the form of whiskie. The modern name - whiskey - was established only in 1736. Only high-quality glass is used in professional whiskey tastings. The so-called popular tulip glasses, the shape of which allows you to retain the aroma of whiskey, which is important during tasting. During the tasting, apart from the smell, the taste on the tongue, the finish and the balance of the whole are also assessed, often on a scale of 100 points. The whiskey served may be slightly diluted with water, which reduces the intensity of the flavor. It is also popular to serve whiskey with ice (on the rocks) or with cola, but the latter can be controversial.