A world famous blend with a heritage stretching back to its initial production in 1831. This whisky was first produced around 1831 by Stewart & Son of Dundee. Stewart's Cream of the Barley Blended Scotch Whisky is the best selling Scotch Whisky in Ireland. Stewart's Cream of the Barley is a blended whisky and contains 50 malts. Stewarts Cream of the Barley blended whisky was first produced in 1825 by Stewart & Sons of Dundee. It is produced at the Glencadam distillery, pride of Stewarts of Dundee using a specially selected range of 50 Highland and Islay single malt whiskies including sparing quantities of the Glencadam malt. These are carefully balanced with choice grain whiskies to make Cream of the Barley a truly distinctive blend.
Stewart's Cream of the Barley is a top selling blended Scotch Whisky in Ireland. Stewarts Cream of the Barley Blended Whisky comes in a bottle size of 70cl with 40% strength - See more at: http://www.greatwhiskies.com/stewarts_cream_barley_blended_whisky.html#sthash.Sm8K8BDK.dpuf
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Creamy, sweet, honey, fruit
Medium to long, more sweet, and the creamy texture really comes out
Malty sweet, honey, light fruit, hint of smoke
Light to medium bodied