Cutty Sark

The whiskey was created on March 23, 1923 as a product of Berry Bros. & Rudd, with the first distillery being The Glenrothes in the Speyside region of Scotland. The name comes from the Cutty Sark, made by the River Clyde, the name of which was derived from the Scottish term "cutty-sark", referring to Robert Burns' famous poem, "Tam o' Shanter". The design of the Cutty Sark ship on the whiskey bottle label is the work of Swedish artist Carl Georg August Wallin. He was a naval painter, which is perhaps the most famous painting of the ship and this design has been on whiskey bottles since 1955.


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Cutty Sark 12 Y.O 700ml

30.06 €

Cutty Sark 700ml

20.04 €
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