29 Apr
Scottish Spirits' benevolent wish to keep us all real toasty

A company called Scottish Spirits is releasing Scotch In a Can, a new product being marketed heavily in the Caribbean and southernmost Central America. This is supposedly the first time a straight spirit has been sold in a can, and is being investigated by the Scottish Whisky Association who question whether the product is real Scotch or not. My question is, what’s the problem here? Scotch whisky, in pure form, at the simple and deliciously sounding pull of a thumb tab? What could possibly go wrong here? The 12oz can is a blend of Scottish Spirits’ own-brand tipple and Sir Edwin’s whisky which, if you ask me, sounds totally legit. And perfectly safe. And of course classy.

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