MACNAMARA - Gaelic Scotch Whisky

Blended Whisky
MACNAMARA - Gaelic Scotch Whisky

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To meet the requirements of those who prefer a lighter blended whisky, still retaining West Coast character, MacNaMara (literally "son of the sea") was introduced in 1992 and quickly became popular.

A light blended whisky with a biscuit-like nose, a citrus tang, and a creamy finish.


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