Black Dog Scotch Whisky was born over 130 years ago in Scotland and since then it has been a proud symbol of Scotland. It has also recognized and applauded other Scottish inventions and shared the pride in being one of the Scots with them. One of the inventions they applauded was the invention of the steam engine in 1883 – the same year as when the world famous Scotch Whisky was born! James Watt, the inventor of the steam engine, wouldn’t have guessed that in the same year there was another major invention which would live onto be as famous as his own invention too!
Undoubtedly steam engine has been one of the greatest inventions of modern time but the invention of Black Dog Scotch Whisky has not been any less either. Painstakingly conjured up over a period of twelve long years, Black Dog Scotch soon became the favorite of connoisseurs all over the world after being invented in 1883. This is hardly surprising considering that each Black Dog Scotch is a masterful blend of fine taste and exquisite artistry.
Not just from one great inventor to another, but also from one great Scot to another; Black Dog Scotch Whisky recently also applauded the efforts of Sir Alexander Graham Bell who invented the telephone – which has actually made the world much smaller now. Because of invention of telephone, lot of other inventions like Internet have been possible. This has helped Black Dog Scotch Whisky reach out to so many connoisseurs all over the world who would have missed out the wonderful blend otherwise!
Do you know the story of how Black Dog Scotch Whisky was born? Hear on then – From the Scottish highlands came Sir Walter Millard. A career in British India made him the controller of Phipson and Co. Ltd. But the search of an impeccable Scotch Whisky took him back to Scotland in 1883. And it was at his father-in-law, James Mackinlayâ€™s home, that his search ended. Mackinlayâ€™s presentation of Scotch Whisky labels based on the names of different Salmon fishing flies was to change Sir Walter Millardâ€™s life – and the world of the finest Scotch: Millard discovered Black Dog! Even over a hundred years later, Black Dog whisky has remained faithful to the original blend. With its famous mellow smoothness, the quality and consistency of the blend of Black Dog has been preserved through generations!