Benmore Scotch Whisky 1950s
A blended whisky Liqueur from around the 1950s which features a screw-Cap.
The whisky was produced and bottled by Benmore Distillers Ltd of Glasgow and is named after the Scottish mountain which stands 1,174 m (3,852 ft) tall.
The Benmore Distilleries Ltd originally had a distillery in Campbeltown and would go on to also own Lochindaal on Islay and Dallas Dhu in Speyside by the 1920s. The Benmore blend was also created around this time and included malts from all three distilleries, though only Dallas Dhu was ever mentioned on the label.
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