Teachers Scotch Whisky 1L
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One of the highest malt contents of any blend Ensuring a unique, rich and complex flavour of true quality
Traditional distillation and maturation methods in large and small oak casks Creating a more authentic blend
Fingerprint malt is Ardmore, a lightly peated Highland malt whisky Imparting a smoky richness to the blend
History of consistent quality and innovation A distinctive brand with true heritage
Teacher’s Highland Cream
Rich amber with yellowish highlights.
Deep and robust maltiness with hints of pear and sherry maturity.
Challenging, exciting, round and warming with a silky texture. Tastes of full rich malts and maturity.
Balanced and clean.
William Teacher first started selling blended Scotch in 1830. To ensure the authenticity of his whisky, he sold it through his infamous Glasgow dram shops. Throughout the decades, Teacher’s has continued to be a highly consistent and popular brand around the world.
William Teacher Senior takes advantage of The Excise Act to start selling whisky blended from carefully selected distilleries at his wife’s grocery shop.
William Teacher Senior, aged 45, is awarded a license to sell whisky for consumption on the premises of 450 Argyle Street, creating the first Teacher’s Dram Shop.
The Teacher’s blend is marketed under the Highland Cream name for the first time.
Teacher’s creates Australian Bonded Whisky using their barrels of whisky as ballast on ships travelling to and from Australia, guaranteeing the whisky many months of maturation in oak, without the need to find expensive storage space.
Teacher’s builds its own distillery in Aberdeenshire to give it more control over the quality of its end product. Named “Ardmore”, it produces an intensely peaty malt whisky that gives the Teacher’s Blend a more distinctive taste.
Teacher’s patent “The Self Opening Bottle”. This innovation essentially a tapered cork with a rim launches a massive advertising campaign and gives Teacher’s a 15 year lead over rivals.
Perfected filtering process by pre cooling.
Teacher’s takes advantage of the beginning of the end of Prohibition by appointing an agent in New York and shipping its first US consignment on the Cunard steamer “Scythia”.
Teacher’s buys the “Glendronach” distillery in Banffshire to meet the increase in demand for whisky following the end of rationing.
Teacher’s celebrates its 175th birthday with a bottle re design in the UK and the printing of the “A Teacher’s Tale” book.
Teacher’s packaging evolution continues as new bottle is launched.
RICH FULL FLAVOUR.
ALL BLENDED SCOTCH WHISKIES ARE MADE OF TWO KINDS OF WHISKY MALT AND GRAIN, BUT TEACHER'S HIGHLAND CREAM HAS AN EXCEPTIONALLY HIGH MALT CONTENT AT LEAST 45%, A FEATURE WHICH CONTRIBUTES TO ITS UNIQUE CHARACTER AND FLAVOUR.
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Rich full flavour.
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