New whisky for tasting in Sopot


Squadron 303 Whisky, The Blend of Freedom /44%/ – Squadron 303 was the most formidable squadron in the Royal Air Force during World War II. It was made up of Polish pilots, who introduced vodka to their British brothers in arms. In exchange, the latter introduced Polish pilots to the finer points of Scottish and Irish whiskeys. Squadron 303 Whisky pays tribute to those brave pilots. Apparently, an original whisky was discovered in demijohn dating from 1940 not far from the Royal Air Force base in Turnhouse, a few kilometers from Edinburgh and became an inspiration for ‘The Blend of Freedom’. The whisky is a unique blend of Scottish single malt, English single malt, Irish single grain, Kentucky bourbon and French single malt. The company also produces Squadron 303 Vodka, a replica of vodka single distilled from potatoes during the war.

Nose: toasted grains, vanilla, buttered toast, brown sugar, apples, pears, butterscotch, cinnamon, hints of potpourri, oak and peat.

Palate: fruity and mildly peaty, apples, nectarines, orange peel, vanilla, caramel, white pepper, dash of cinnamon and toasted oak.

Finish: medium long, with notes of summer fruit, vanilla, caramel, hard candy, hints of allspice and peat.
Buy bottle at Dom Whisky Online or in our whisky shops in Warsaw, Wrocław or Reda:

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