In Scotland , they've been distilling and drinking whisky for even longer than they've been playing golf.
The ancient Celts called whisky ‘uisge beatha' or ‘the water of life'.
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The packaging on Old Course Single Malt Whisky is illustrated with hand drawings of famous holes and detailed depictions of the infamous characters who played them over the past 600 years. The outer tube reveals much of the history of the course while the label describes each of the 18 holes.
From the gift tin:
“Cheape's bunker was named for Sir James Cheape, who saved the links from the rabbit farmers in 1821.”
“A cluster of three bunkers makes up Principal's Nose, possibly a reference to Mr Haldane, principal of St Mary's College in the early 19th century and endowed with a prominent, bulbous nose.”
This whisky is sure to be a golfer's favorite. Two of Scotland 's greatest gifts – golf and malt whisky – are combined to make this unique product.
Purchase of this malt makes a contribution to the preservation and maintenance of the historic golf courses at St Andrew's, including the Old Course.
The 19 th hole is a perfect place to enjoy Old Course Single Malt Whisky. Or anywhere that you want to relive those wonderful golf moments. Celebrate with a dram or two.
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