Wednesday, June 3, 2020

Bell's Blended Scotch
Hi everyone, I had an amazing memorial day with friends, great BBQ and of course drinks. Today, I am reviewing Bell's Blended Scotch and sharing some "memorial" pictures of that day. Enjoy. 
Turns out Bell's is the best selling whisky in UK. Established in 1851 originally produced by Arthur Bell & Sons Ltd is now owned by Diagio. SJ seeks to find out if this UK's best seller is worth drinking or not. Enjoy my tasting notes!

Vital Stats
Bell's Blended Scotch- Original
Price- $20.99 for 750ml 
Age- No age statement
ABV- 40%
Country of Origin- Scotland
Manufacturer- Diageo
Awards Won- 2017 Silver, Deluxe Blend International Wine & Spirits Competition

Tasting info-
Serving glass- Whisky Glass

Serving style- Neat
Appearance- Dark Amber
Aroma- Fruits, oak & smokey aroma
Flavor- Sweet, slight smokeyness, grain, fruits
Finish- Medium, lingers for just a short time
SJ's Rating- Middle Shelf
For a mass produced Scotch, this is not bad at all. Definitely not comparable to a single malt whisky but it holds its place as a decent blended Scotch for it's price. 
Occasions best enjoyed- Casual outdoor settings
Cocktails- None, sip it neat or on the rocks
Food pairings- Pork Ribs, Chicken gizzards

SJ's Pro tip- Great party favorite for the price

Overall, it was an amazing weekend and a decent drink to go with it. Bell's Scotch was highly enjoyable, try it out for yourself to find out. Cheers ! Enjoy Responsibly & stay safe. 
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