for the rules you break
The rulebook. It’s something William Lawson never had a use for. Except as a doorstop. Or for swotting midges (they grow big around here).
Because the whisky he created in 1849 did things differently. It used Scottish malts, but none of the peat or smoke of more traditional Scotch.
Even today, unlike the rest, we ferment our Macduff Glen Deveron single malt for a short time and distil it fast. Then blend it with strong malts and grain whiskies for a big, bold flavour.
Yes, we still do things our way, nobody else’s. William himself would approve.