Black Dog 18 years old Scotch also known as Black Dog Reserve Scotch is a very rare scotch and its also an award winner in its own right! It has won the Gold best in Class award in the Scotch Whisky – Deluxe Blend – 18 YO category at the International Wine and Spirit Competition 2011. United Spirits had launched Black Dog 18 YO in 2011, which usurped popular industry labels and won the IWSC Gold Best in Class award the very same year! Black Dog Reserve Scotch is meticulously created with the luxury of time for an unparalleled experience. For every bottle of Black Dog 18 Year Old, it is de rigueur. India’s largest beverage alcohol group, United Spirits Limited’s (USL) luxury spirit Black Dog 18 Year Old promises to be a piece de resistance in the 18 Year Old Luxury Scotch Segment. Priced between Rs.3900 to Rs.7100 (State Proposed MRP per bottle, varies from state to state), it offers true luxury to connoisseurs of the finest Scotch whisky.
Matured for a minimum of 18 years in oak casks, Black Dog 18 years old is a fine blend of aged malt and grain whiskies that have been carefully and skillfully put together to create a sublime testament to the art of luxurious indulgence. Mr. Anant iyer, Business Head (Luxury Brands) spoke about Black Dog Reserve and said, “We are extremely proud to introduce one of our most awaited luxury label – Black Dog 18 Year Old, a vintage and smooth luxury scotch which will be Bottled in India by USL. This exceptional and exquisite brand promises to be a rare blend for those who have developed a taste for the finer things in life. They take pride in knowing the difference between the fine and the penultimate. And, more importantly, take time to savor their choicest indulgences, leisurely.”
Having Black Dog 18 years old Scotch Whisky is like enjoying a relaxed evening in the company of stars. Not only was the Black Dog Reserve Scotch an award winner in 2011 but also Black Dog Centenary Scotch won Gold at the Monde selection in 2010 and Black Dog Deluxe 12 year old Scotch won Gold at the Monde selection in 2006.