Amber Glen Peated Blended Scotch Whisky
Bourbon Cask Aged
Enjoyed by new and old Scotch whisky lovers as well as the whisky connoisseurs,
Amber Glen Peated Blended Scotch Whisky is a blend of some of the finest Single Malt & Single Grain Scotch whiskies from the Speyside & Highlands region of Scotland.
Amber Glen embodies the flavours and aromas of a time gone by in a celebration of perfection for you to enjoy. Slàinte!
Amber Glen Peated Blended Scotch Whisky is well balanced Peated Blended Scotch Whisky with a distinctive smoky oak fragrant nose, and long finish notes of liquorice, treacle fudge, applewood honey and ginger oatcakes Nose A distinctive smoky oak fragrant nose. Palate Liquorice, treacle fudge, applewood honey and ginger oatcakes Finish Long length smooth & warming
DRINK RESPONSIBLY, AVOID ALCOHOL IF PREGNANT, TRYING TO CONCEIVE OR BREASTFEEDING.
U.K. Government Guideline recommends that you do not regularly exceed 2 units daily (women & men). Get to know the Alcohol by Volume (ABV) of your favourite drinks so you can get an idea of how much you are drinking. Units are a simple way of expressing the quantity of pure alcohol in a drink. The number of units in a drink is based on the size of the drink, as well as its alcohol strength. For example, spirits that say “40% ABV” or “alcohol volume 40%” means 40% of the volume of that drink is pure alcohol. (One unit equals 10ml or 8g of pure alcohol.) So, a Single small shot of spirits * (25ml, ABV 40%) = 1 unit Knowing your units will help you stay in control of your drinking.
Try to have several drink-free days each week, spread your drinking over 3 or more days if you regularly drink as much as 14 units a week
There is no ‘safe’ level of alcohol consumption when seeking to reduce the risks of alcohol-related cancers. The more alcohol consumed the greater the risk.
DO NOT DRINK & DRIVE OR OPERATE MACHINERY
Consumption of alcohol impairs your ability to drive any vehicle, vessel, aircraft or operate machinery. WARNING: There is no safe way to calculate your BAC (blood alcohol concentration) as it relies on so many factors. The only safe and foolproof way is to use a reliable breathalyser or even better still, do not drink and drive!!