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Whyte and Mackay

Whyte and Mackay was established by Charles Mackay and James White. The business partners began working for a company called Allan & Poynter. The company began by warehousing dry goods. Toward the latter part of the nineteenth century, the company began warehousing spirits, particularly whisky, which was becoming increasingly desired, for many of the French brandies had become rare due to phylloxera.

Then owner, William Scott passed away and the business was subsequently sold to James Whyte and Charles Mackay. The company was renamed Whyte and Mackay. The partners established a whisky blending facility on Robertson Lane in Glasgow. It was not long after they began, that the Scotch whisky market crashed.

Whyte and Mackay survived the whisky recession and demand increased during the late 1920s, particularly from overseas, though this was short-lived - slowed as it was with the advent of Prohibition. During the 1930s, demand picked up again and the Australasian sector was a key market. Over the latter part of the twentieth century, Whyte and Mackay really started to enjoy good fortunes, with a continual demand brought about by advertising in earnest.

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St Vincent Street, Glasgow

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A magnum bottle Vladivar, a thrice distilled, charcoal filtered Scottish vodka from Whyte and Mackay.  More info
$47.56
Whyte & Mackay Special Scotch Whisky, produced over 40 years ago. This blend comes in a 1.13 litre bottle (very specific), with a label that also says the name upside down in case you wanted to use it...  More info
$339.29
A very retro looking bottle of 8 year old blended Scotch whisky from veterans of the whisky world, Whyte & Mackay. This bottle was produced in the 1960s and remains in rather good condition, though...  More info
$226.19
In the 1980s, Whyte & Mackay 12 Year Old Blended Scotch Whisky was sold in a bottle that looks like it should house fancy aftershave. It's actually a very well kept whisky bottle, complete with the...  More info
$150.80
A half bottle of Whyte and Mackay Special, a classic blended whisky.  More info
$16.23
Vladivar Imperial
(70cl, 37.50%)
Vladivar is a Scottish vodka made by Whyte and Mackay. It is triple distilled and charcoal filtered.  More info
$21.60
An incredible 30 year old blended whisky from Whyte and Mackay, very rich and well sherried.  More info
$312.51
Glayva 50cl
(50cl, 35%)
A 50cl bottle of Glayva, heralded as "the best liqueur in the world". It is made with tangerines, Scotch whisky, almonds, honey and spices.  More info
$30.90
Pinky Vodka
(70cl, 40%)
Pinky Vodka is a beautifully packaged vodka flavoured with rose petals, violets and wild strawberries.  More info
$45.95
The world famous range of blends created by James Whyte and Charles Mackay, founding the company, as they did, in 1844. This is the core bottling, at an unusual 13 years of age.  More info
User Rating:  Rating (3.0/5)
$33.19
A classic blend made up of 41 different whiskies. Whyte and Mackay special is a great mixer.  More info
User Rating:  Rating (3.5/5)
$24.82
Glayva
(70cl, 35%)
A very popular Scotch whisky liqueur, Glayva is flavoured with honey, almonds, tangerines and spices. The name derives from the Gaelic for "very good". The liqueur is of such merit that it won the...  More info
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$36.27
A 1.5 litre bottle of Whyte and Mackay's classic blended whisky, Special. A great mixer.  More info
$64.09
Prize is a special blend from Whyte and Mackay, the Scottish blenders famed for their award winning whiskies.  More info
$40.57
A rich 19 year old blend from Whyte and Mackay, the work of Master Blender Richard "The Nose" Paterson.  More info
User Rating:  Rating (3.0/5)
A litre bottle of Special blended whisky from Whyte and Mackay. Carefully made to the same exacting standards of the company's founders.  More info
User Rating:  Rating (2.5/5)
$45.02
A & A Crawford was a whisky blender and merchant which established in Leith in 1860. The 3 Star blend was launched just before the turn of the century, followed by the deluxe 5 Star Blend which was...  More info
User Rating:  Rating (4.5/5)
$24.57
A special blended Scotch whisky from Whyte & Mackay produced in the 1960s and presented in this handsome decanter. There is no abv specified on the label.  More info
$188.49
A 1 litre pot still decanter of Whyte & Mackay Blended Whisky.  More info
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$78.46
This is a delicious and very collectible bottle of the classic blended whisky Whyte and Mackay. It was first created by James Whyte and Charles Mackay who founded their company in 1844. This was...  More info
$150.80
Crawford's Special Reserve is a legendary Scotch blend. It was first made in Leith by A & A Crawford - a whisky blender and merchant. Very collectible, this was bottled in the 1980s.  More info
$75.40
A handsome decanter filled with Whyte and Mackay whisky. The decanter was made by Royal Doulton and it features the likeness of a snowy owl. There is a range of similar owl decanters, featuring a...  More info
A special edition blend of Scotch whiskies by Whyte & Mackay.  More info
$72.24
A very flash bottle of Whyte & Mackay 21 Year Old blended Scotch whisky, with a shiny medallion in place of a label. This rare bottle was produced in the 1970s and would make an excellent (and...  More info
$226.19
A specially presented 40 year old blend from Whyte and Mackay. These bottles were specially produced using very well-aged stocks (as you can see from the rather lofty age statement) with a high...  More info
User Rating:  Rating (5.0/5)
$996.30
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