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Black & White750ml Blended Scotch Whisky


Retail: R210
Not for persons under the age of 18

Black & White was created by James Buchanan, a genuine and gregarious character, and one of history’s great Whisky barons. Originally called The Buchanan Blend and sold in a black and white bottle, "That black and white whisky" became "Black & White" in 1902. Buchanan wanted to offer a superior blend that would appeal to the wider public. The result? A very accessible blended Scotch Whisky that is now enjoyed as far as India, South Africa and across Latin America & the Caribbean.

Product Features
  • Smooth, light, fresh and spicy with smoky peppery hints. 
  • Pale gold in colour with aromas of oak, biscuit and a hint of peat.
  • Sharp and intense notes of grain alcohol.
  • A short finish with notes of honey, oak and vanilla.
Product Specifications
  • Volume: 750ml bottle
  • Alcohol by volume: 43%
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