Old Smuggler is a blended Scotch whiskey produced in Lowland, near Glasgow. In the 18th century, many whiskey producers went illegal as the British imposed high taxes. In 1835, the Stoddert brothers created their blend and named it after smugglers who risked their lives to deliver goods to customers.
Old Smuggler – blended whiskey, which includes grain alcohols based on cereals (corn, wheat) and first-class malt whiskey (several types), aged for at least three years. The brand has repeatedly passed to different owners, and today it is owned by the Italian group of companies, Campari. Old Smuggler is produced according to traditional Scottish technology, so it perfectly captures the character of real scotch. The color of the blend is golden amber, and the aroma is floral with hints of charcoal, caramel, and toffee.
Consumers worldwide are attracted by the superb quality of whiskey and the very affordable price of the Old Smuggler drink. Today, Old Smuggler whiskey is sold in 20 countries around the world. He is especially loved in Argentina, where he takes an excellent second place, and in the US market, he became the eighth among scotch tapes.