This highly unusual bottle is likely to be a focal point on any drinks' cabinet but it's what is inside the bottle that is most important. The unusual name is an attempt to phonetically spell the Gaelic "Uisce Beatha", which means 'water of life' and has been the title for whisky in Ireland and Scotland for centuries. This Scotch expression is dates back to the late 18th century Highland whisky tradition and is aged in American oak to add a hint of oak and bourbon sweetness.
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