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SCOTCH SO SMOOTH IT NEVER MAKES WAVES.

All good Scotch begins with the best of intentions and the finest of ingredients. It is in the delicate process of blending that differences are struck.

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And in the taste of Cutty Sark there are striking differences.

To make good Scotch,the whiskies comprising the blend separate oaken casks, then blended [[cut]] make Cutty Sark, the whiskies are [[cut-"...sep"]] parately, then blended together, then [[cut]] cask for up to a year and a half [[cut]] nly then bottled.

[[cut]] lts in a Scots Whisky whose elements [[cut - "are perfectly"]] knit, with a taste that's unusually smooth.

And this is one reason why, whether you prefer Cutty Sark with water, with soda, or neat, it glides over the palate with nary a ripple.

CUTTY SARK

"CUTTY SARK," "CUTTY," THE CUTTY SARK LABEL AND THE CLIPPER SHIP DESIGN ARE REGISTERED TRADEMARKS OF BERRY BROS & RUDD LTD.
86 PROOF BLENDED SCOTCH WHISKY DISTILLED AND BOTTLED IN SCOTLAND. IMPORTED BY THE BUCKINGHAM CORPORATION. NEW YORK, N.Y.
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