This classic blended malt comes in a stunning historic stone flagon instead of the standard whisky bottle. That's because this whisky was once reserved for royalty. First introduced to the United States in 1969, its name derives from the words "uisge beatha," later translated to Usquaebach, which means "water of life." It drinks like a royal beverage, with a nose intertwining flavors of earth, dried fruits and spice, and a palate boasting freshness and vanilla, oak, spice and dried leaves. Finishing with a hint of fruit and spice, this ode to history is for those who prefer hearty whisky.