CUTTY SARK Scots Whisky was created in March 1923 when the partners of wine & spirit merchants BB&R discussed the launch of a new whisky. At the time, the popularity of Scotch Whisky was beginning to grow around the world. Senior partner Francis Berry had a strong belief in the potential for a new style of whisky - a naturally elegant ... Read More »
Named for the historic ship, Cutty Sark is a blend that's been around since 1923. It has whisky from Glenrothes at its core along with whisky from all over Scotland to give a rounded blend with a little bit of smoke.
The second creation of Cutty's master blender Kirsteen Campbell, following up the rich and unctuous Tam O'Shanter with something all the more eleegant - a fantastic mix of tropical fruity flavours with a hint of sherry spice.
A bottling of Cutty Sark Blended Scots Whisky, which we estimate dates from the 1970s. Created on March 23rd 1923 by Berry Brothers and Rudd, this was launched as the original naturally-coloured blended whisky and continues to be popular, especially in warmer climates.
A 1950s bottling of Cutty Sark Blended Scots Whisky. Created in the parlour of no.3 St James's Street, the home of Berry Brothers and Rudd, on March 23rd 1923, this has been a popular blended whisky ever since, especially in warmer climates.
A 25 year old blended whisky from the folks at Cutty Sark, released to celebrate Burns Night 2012. It's named for one of Burns's most famous poems, the fairly epic Tam O'Shanter, a tale of staying too late in the pub and the ghostly visions that Tam saw on the way home.