Man O’Sword

Man O’Sword was inspired by King Robert the Bruce (b. 1274), who was also the 7th Earl of Annandale – a strong and courageous warrior who led the Scottish people to victory at Bannockburn in 1314.

This is a smoky, peaty and bold whisky with a regal power that those who lead from the front will immediately recognise. With a glass of Man O’ Sword, the soul of the greatest king of Scotland will be with you.

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Man o’Words

This traditional but free-spirited whisky was inspired by Robert Burns (b. 1759) who was an excise man in Annandale but is known worldwide for his outstanding poetry and love of life.

This whisky is complex, smooth and mellow, and flows off the tongue like one of Burns’ poems. A dram of Man O’Words will cheer and comfort you as the spirit of Robert Burns inspires you.

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