There are some Scotch distillers who may take umbrage with the inference from the marketing language used by a new whisky called Naked Scot.
Australian liquor producer ASM Liquor has the whisky distilled on the Isle of Mull and aged three years before being put in a cylindrical glass bottle embossed with a map of Scotland and finished with a tartan-pattern topper..
ASM claims its whisky is free from residual herbicides, pesticides, and fungicides. And its CEO, Julian Moss, says, "Consumers really have very little choice and frequently pay a premium for poor quality products."
The overall inference being that many other Scotches are riddled with chemicals.
Naked Scot is a premium blended Highland scotch with a peaty single-malt character. It is the sixth spirit to be released from ASM Liquor, a boutique distillery.
Other spirits in ASM Liquor’s range include Vodka O, Kinky Nero dark rum, Kinky Lux white rum, Jinn Dry Gin and Tequila Blu.
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