Jack and Victor whisky gets a second release - with international shipping

Published 11th Aug 2021
Updated 10 th Aug 2021

After a sell out success of the first batch, Jack and Victor blended whisky is available to buy again and this time fans from overseas can bag a bottle.

This is the first time the blended scotch has been made available for overseas shipping following demand for its first release back in May, which saw bottles sell-out in just 36 hours.

This time round, bottles can be bought by ex-pat fans of the pair, or here in the UK with the option to ship to family and friends abroad.

Alongside a new batch of the whisky, fans can now also pick up a pair of exclusive Jack and Victor whisky glasses to share a dram with their own best pal.

The tapered shaped glass is designed to help drinkers savour the aroma of the whisky before it’s sipped and enjoyed. The gift boxed glasses are available as a set of two and can be bought separately from the whisky.

The new release of bottles, which are now on sale, are available to fans and whisky drinkers living in the UK, certain US states, Canada, Ireland, Australia and even those in such foreign climes as Parkmill.

Commenting, Jack Jarvis Esq, said: “We were blown away by how many of yous snapped up a bottle of wur whisky when it went on sale earlier in the year, so we’re fair pleased to be putting some more bottles oot there for fans who never got a chance first-time round.

"Who knows, maybe even my Fiona might get herself a bottle sent over tae Canada this time.”

Victor McDade, added: “Jack and I have been choking to get away on wur holidays for a year and a hauf now, so it’s brilliant we’re noo going global and can at least get some of wur whisky away overseas.

"Don’t worry though, we’ll be making sure they’re packaged up properly, so they don’t end up smashed like that bottle my boy in Jo’Burg sent me for ma birthday that time.”

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Jack and Victor Whisky comes in a 70cl bottle, and is £35. It has notes of honeyed orchard fruits and sweet malted barley. The balanced dram also has a delicate peat smokiness and notes of fresh vanilla and oak spice.

Known for cake making, experimental jam recipes, Champagne, whisky and gin drinking (and the inability to cook Gnocchi), Rosalind is the Food and Drink Editor and whisky writer for The Scotsman, as well as hosting Scran, The Scotsman's food and drink podcast.
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