Sharp-eyed readers may find that "The Second Red Rose" is written on the bottle of Allure Rose 21 Years Old Whiskey, so where is the first red rose? In fact, The Balvenie Rose Aged 16 Years (The Balvenie Rose Aged 16 Years) was released in 2008, and its allusions are the same as the Allure Rose 21 Years, both originating from the romantic story of the Balvenie Castle. The difference is that the 16-year-old Balvenie Rose is barreled in Portuguese Port barrels, which also adds a rose-like color to the whisky. "It was very difficult to buy Balvenie Rose for 16 years.
There were only more than 300 bottles in one batch, and you had to go to Scotland to take a guided tour of the Balvenie Distillery to be eligible to take away a bottle of Balvenie Rose for 16 years. Therefore, this wine is so far. It has reached the auction photo retouching level, and it is a dreamy item in the hearts of PAX fans,” added Daniel, the brand ambassador. The Balvenie Story Series: 42-Year-Old Whiskey by Taming Dogs The Balvenie Story Series - Dog Training 42 Year Old Whiskey Dog Taming 42 Years Old Whiskey, limited for two years, this year, only 18 bottles in Taiwan are limited, drawn from the rare single barrel high-age original wine, no more, exclusive to the collection of the Moet.
Photo Credit: TNL Brand Studio About 60 years ago, when Dennis McBain, a veteran Balvenie coppersmith, was still an apprentice at the time, he heard news in the winery that employees could not resist the temptation of wine and secretly steal wine. In this regard, the director of the winery asked Dennis to put the Copper Dog (a long copper tube), which can be used to tie the copper tube around the belt with a rope, and put it into a pocket as a light wine container, because there is a rope It is like walking a dog on a lead, hence the name) and knocking it flat, reminding employees to focus on their craftsmanship seriously.