King George IV Gold Label Extra Special Scotch Whisky Circa 1930s - 1940s

A 1930s to 1940s era blended Scotch whisky produced by the Distillers Agency, an export company of the organisation we know today as Diageo. The bottle declares that it contains Highland malts and other Scotch whiskies matured in seasoned casks, suggesting the use of ex-sherry wood for this blend. We believe both sherried Knockdhu and Rosebank were likely utilised in this fantastic old blend as the Distillers Agency held licenses for them at the time. This export exclusive brand is a stunning look into the past of Scotch whisky, and a rare chance to try sherried whisky from a legendary distillery like Rosebank from such an era gone bye!

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