Walter Millard, a Scot in British India, travelled to Scotland in 1883 in search of an impeccable whisky. His search ended in a blend created by James Mackinlay, of the second generation of the Leith Scotch Whisky blending family.Walter Millard was an keen angler himself, Walter Millard named the whisky Black Dog in honour of his favourite salmon fishing fly used in the Spey and Tay rivers of Scotland since the early 19th century. Thus was born Black Dog Whisky.
Today, more than a hundred years later, Black Dog Whisky remains faithful to the original blend.
Black Dog Triple Gold Reserve, as the name itself suggests, is the only blended Scotch that is produced involving a triple maturation process
Black Dog TGR is an perfect accompaniment with food and the right kind of food pairing is just succulent.The common ideology that the public thinks scotch is too strong in flavor to go blend with food.But the perception is totally wrong,Here is my take:-
During a recent event, We has an fine experience of food tasting with scotch and starters like bruschetta or stuffed fried mushroom would be an perfect accompainment with Black Dog -TGR.Some exotic foods like sushi also adds an new twist to tale.
An perfect partnership with Black Dog – TGR would be meat and steaks. While having a dish with Black Dog – TGR,make sure garlic content in the dish is not too much as garlic and scotch together as their flavor tends to clash.
Every journey to success is dotted not just with milestones of achievements, but with well deserved breaks, which make the going worthwhile. When the pressures of the day gently ease and you make time to explore finer pleasures and enjoy the warmth of friends. A time so vital to refresh, rejuvenate and recharge your spirit. Make the most of those pristine moments. Savour the exquisitely crafted taste of Black Dog Centenary Scotch Whisky. And, as you revel in its mellow flavor…. LET THE WORLD WAIT.
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