William Sanderson a liquor manufacturer born in Leith, Scotland, was the man behind VAT 69. This famous and popular brand was first made in 1882. At the age of 13, Sanderson worked for a wine producer as an apprentice. By 1863, he had established a business of his own. The company was called North British Distillery.
That summer afternoon it was raining and the wind whistled away to glory, the rain-washed courtyard half-filled with leaves conspired to take you away from your curriculum books for a while. A sip of coffee by the window while holding a best-seller seemed like the best way to spend the lazy, beautiful afternoon.
The town of Tain is a royal burgh and parish in the County Ross, Scotland. Located on a windswept peninsula in the northeastern part of the famed Highlands, the town is named after the local river that flows into the Dornoch Firth.