The house that was one of the first to assemble its whiskeys edits two limited editions of its blends.
If George Ballantine was one of the first to assemble and age his whiskeys, he was also the entrepreneur that was at the origin of creating the most balanced of blends. Since 1827, the house that survives him takes it on to defend these complex and delicious whiskeys. For the occasion of the end of year festivities is also a way to discover new variations around a very appreciated whisky.
Ballantine’s has thus created a Ballantine’s: Barrel Smooth Blend – deeply round with a fine acidity. Other novelty – a red version of the iconic Ballentine’s Finest as an echo to the nuances of tasting that compose it. And the Ballantine’s 12 also takes on new colours… a cubic coating that celebrates the process of ageing – a crucial step in making the perfect blend, initiated by George Ballantine himself!