Atholl Brose is an ancient highland recipe of oatmeal brose, honey, whisky and sometimes cream. It is believed that the Atholl Brose was named after the 1st Earl of Atholl and has long been a tradition of Hogmanay in Scotland. Today it has also become the alternative name for the dessert Cranachan made from similar ingredients of whipped cream, honey, whisky, raspberry and oatmeal. This delicious whisky liqueur is created from a blend of whisky, honey and carefully selected herbs to create a classic and legendary award winning liqueur.
Gordon and Macphail independent bottlers
Founded in Elgin in 1895 as a 'family grocers, tea, wine and spirits merchants'. Today the company is still family managed and has a legendary status among independent bottlers. It could even be said that Gordon and Macphail started the independent bottlings trade in the mid 1960s. When they released casks of single malt whisky from various distilleries, many of those distilleries didn't even have an official single malt release. Gordon and Macphail has its very own whisky distillery: Benromach in Forres, Morayshire.