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James Eadie's Trade Mark "X"

(70cl, 45.6%)

James Eadie's Trade Mark "X"

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Trade Mark "X" Bottling Note

You might recognise the name James Eadie and Trade Mark "X" if you're a whisky history buff (or time traveller). Eadie began producing this expression all the way back in 1854, and trademarked the cross logo in 1877 - just a year after the Trade Mark Registration Act became a thing! Trade Mark "X" was produced until the late 1940s, then disappeared. However, the brand has been relaunched by Eadie's great-great-grandson, with a recipe that features 14 of the 16 whiskies that appeared in the original Trade Mark "X", including a couple of closed distilleries!

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Raisins drizzled with spiced rum and Sherry, a hint of grassy peat, oily walnut.

Palate: Mexican chocolate, ripe red berries, brown sugar, another waft of soft peat smoke.

Finish: Juicy apricot and pear notes last on the finish.

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James Eadie's Trade Mark "X" Reviews

Possibly my favourite blend now

V. Interesting. Great story behind it as well.

19th August 2021

Great bang for your buck

excellent smooth peaty deal and well worth the price.

26th May 2021

Just the right amount of peaty

A superbly well balanced whisky.

9th February 2021

X marks the spot

A great story of the reincarnation of a heritage brand. I’d highly recommend Trade Mark X to anyone looking for a decent blend at a reasonable price point. X marks the spot!

24th January 2021

My perfect blended whisky

I was given this by my best friend after being knocked off my bike on Christmas Eve by a hit and run van - collar bone in 8 pieces...not only did I get out of the washing up - but this pale peaty whisky made my January. I’m hooked - try it and see - I’m sticking with this one !

23rd January 2021

Why have beige when you can have the whole rainbow

Having only just heard about this .. the story intrigued and I thought it worth a try. It certainly has the smoothness of the Speysides and the smokiness of the island whiskies. It’s a REALLY nice blend (well done Norman Mathison). Good balance of fruitiness without the overpowering “Christmas cake” flavour of say a Glenfarclas 15yo. I really like it. For the puritans who suggest that blended whisky is inferior ... as my grandmother famously said "why have beige when you can have the whole rainbow!"

19th January 2021

Smooth peat and flavoursome

Love this blend, an exciting blast from the past, might get another bottle to make sure I’ve got a first edition to last into the future.

24th December 2020

A good valued dram

A wonderful drinking whisky with unique after taste full bodied but smooth on the tongue
Value for money 👍👍

24th August 2020

Flavour to the people

Exceptional dram. Great story and flavour to match. Couldn’t recommend more.

19th June 2020

A lovely dram

This was the first whisky that really woke me up to blended whiskies and how great they can be. My early lack of whisky knowledge meant I was very set in my ways of believing a whisky can't be truly amazing unless it's a single malt. Trademark X proved me wrong and I continue to really enjoy it.

3rd September 2019

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