Crabbies - Mac

Whisky Macdonald
Crabbies - Mac

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  • ABV17%
  • VintageNV

During the time of the Raj, a clever Scot named Colonel Macdonald mixed equal measures of Crabbie's Original Scottish Ginger Wine and Scotch Whisky, creating the first "Whisky Macdonald" or "Whisky Mac".

A truly warming experience, Crabbie's Mac has been going down a storm ever since!


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