Something Special is the no.4 blended Premium Scotch whisky in South America with a particularly strong presence in Colombia and Dominican Republic. One of Seagram's (as was) most successful luxury retail blends in the 1970s, Something Special is rarely seen on these shores nowadays. But let's not forget that a lot of lovely Longmorn goes into this blend - if you can see past the supremely naff '70s packaging, this is a pretty impressive whisky.
In 1912, Hill Thompson and Co. launched Something Special, a whisky aged in carefully selected casks. Its distinctive, diamond-shaped bottle was inspired by one of Scotland’s foremost diamond-cutters.
A dry whisky with spicy and fruity aromas augmented by subtle, smoky notes .
It is unmistakabley smooth and the distinctive creamy caramel reflects its modernity.
The pepper and caramel finish provides a unique finish
The range includes Something Special – a dry whisky with spicy and fruity aromas augmented by subtle, smoky notes –, as well as Something Special Legacy, launched in 2015. This carefully selected range of treasured malt whiskies and rare mature grain whiskies pay homage to the heritage from the founders of the brand. However, its unmistakable smoothness and distinctive creamy caramel reflects its modernity.