In the mid-nineteenth century, a food and spirits trader named John Walker revolutionised the world of whisky in transposing his knowledge gained in tea blending. Son of a farmer from Ayrshire, he acquired a solid reputation in the art of assembling different whiskeys, which spread throughout Scotland and even England. Much more than the sum of the qualities of blended whiskeys, this product is unique and of rare richness. This knowledge was passed from one generation to another in the Walker family and the successive heirs of John perpetuated this tradition of quality.
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