PRÀBAN NA LINNE
SLÀINTE MHATH A H-UILE LATHA A CHÌ ‘S NACH FHAIC
Founded in 1976, by the Scottish entrepreneur Sir Iain Noble, The Gaelic Whiskies were initially developed to provide authentic whisky, of quality, for the connoisseurs of the Gaelic speaking Hebridean Islands of Scotland.
The premium range was designed and developed with the names of the whiskies reflecting the rich linguistic and cultural heritage of Scottish Gaelic. The Gaelic Whiskies have gained an international recognition and are widely respected by discerning connoisseurs.
Pràban na Linne is the expression used in Gaelic to describe a “small smugglers’ enterprise on the Sound of Sleat”, and The Gaelic Whiskies’ shop and headquarters are located on the idyllic Sleat peninsula, by the historic stone pier of Eilean Iarmain, with spectacular views overlooking the water of the Sound towards the far hills of mainland Knoydart.
As a connoisseurs’ Gaelic Whisky, Tè Bheag contains a high proportion of aged single malts, matured in sherry casks.
Following the best of whisky making traditions and omitting the modern chillfiltering process, the heart of the whisky is preserved intact, giving a distinctively softer, fuller and richer character, acclaimed by connoisseurs.
Tè Bheag, pronounced “Chey Vek”, is the colloquial and affectionate expression used in Gaelic when referring to a “wee dram”.
(Blended Malt – 40% Single Malt)
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