James Eadies Trade Mark X Blended Scotch Whisky
I've never been afraid to try, or talk about Blended Scotch and this James Eadies Trade Mark X Blended Scotch Whisky is no different, although it is very unique.
After being unavailable since the 1940,s the Great Great Grandson of James Eadie has relaunched this blended scotch which first retailed 1854, trademarked 1877, praised by Alfred Barnard 1889.
The Trademark X was one of the first ever trademarks, having been trademarked only a year after the trade mark laws came into fruition.
This dram uses 12 of the original ingredients in the new bottling include 'silent' stills Cambus and Littlemill.
Theres a definite smoky element but this just tastes traditional and is hugely drinkable.
Priced around £45 and available from Specialists such as Master of Malt.
Thanks to James Eadie for the official sample.
This has a real traditional nose puffs of creamy smoke, thick digestive biscuits, malt loaf, lightly toasted white bread, doughy fruit scones, hints of coastal seafood
Thick smoke, vegetal, fruity, red fruits, crushed digestives, toasted white bread, doughy fruit scones,
Doughy fruit scones, toast, smoke
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