Who makes Tesco own brand whisky? Whyte & Mackay Another example of this improvement in quality was the Tesco 12yo Finest Single Malt scotch whiskies produced by Whyte & Mackay a few years ago (Speyside
Who makes Tesco own brand whisky?
Whyte & Mackay
Another example of this improvement in quality was the Tesco 12yo Finest Single Malt scotch whiskies produced by Whyte & Mackay a few years ago (Speyside and Highland), including the signature of its Master Blender Richard Paterson.
What is the best Lidl whiskey?
Moving on to single malts, Aldi and Lidl both won gold in the Highland and Islands category – which rewards smoother, subtler tastes – with their Glen Marnoch Highland Single Malt (Aldi) and Ben Bracken Highland Single Malt (Lidl).
Who makes whisky for Aldi?
Glen Marnoch. The single malt brand of German discount chain Aldi is coy about its origins.
Is Tesco whisky good?
Most of the whisky I review here is single malt; it’s usually fairly well aged and is very much a ‘premium product’. Although there is an initial burst of slightly harsh grain, it quickly fades leaving you with a light, gently sweet and smooth whisky. …
Is Aldi whisky any good?
One of Aldi’s single malt whiskies has been awarded a a coveted Scotch Whisky ‘Master’ award in this year’s Scotch Whisky Master Awards. The Scotch Whisky Masters Awards are run by drinks industry title The Spirits Business, with judges scoring the whiskies entered through a series of blind tastings.
What is Aldi whiskey like?
Product Description. Rich and malty with honey, toffee, caramel and oak wood smokey flavours. A medium sweet and smooth, fruit-filled finish. From one of the world’s leading distillers, this multi-award winning 8 year old blend is exceptional value and was the winner of the 2016 Scotch Whisky Masters Award.
Who makes Kenmore Whisky?
Marks & Spencer
Kenmore 5 Year is a blended Scotch whisky bottled exclusively for London-based retailer, Marks & Spencer. Although the malt and grain sources in the blend are undisclosed, the bottler is Burn Stewart Distillers, who own 3 single malt distilleries in Scotland: Deanston, Bunnahabhain, and Tobermory.