In the year 1920 the advent of prohibition had brought US distilling to a standstill. In Scotland, a young whisky entrepreneur by the name of James Barclay was on a journey to discover emerging markets for his new blended whisky.
While American liquor imports had officially come to a halt, satellite territories such as the Caribbean and Canada witnessed an unprecedented influx of alcohol as Scottish blenders garnered the attention of a nation without whisky.
As the New World gained appetites for Scotch, Barclay was keen to perfect the artisan skill of whisky blending. Nearly 100 years later and our shared discovery through time has led us to where we are now, ever proud to share Barclays.
Enjoy discovery, embrace it, and always be curious.