The name Rest & Be Thankful comes from the inscription on a stone made by soldiers who built a military road in 1753 in the West coast of Scotland; the road out of Glen Croe was so long and so steep that it was traditional for travellers to rest at the top and be thankful for having reached the highest point.
Nearly 300 Years later, we want the joy of relaxing with a dram of a Rest & Be Thankful bottling, to have that same feeling of joy and satisfaction; one cannot always enjoy a dram at one of the most beautiful spots in Scotland but one can enjoy a taste of the unique beauty of Scotland anywhere in the world.
A very interesting dram, the only Speysider to be triple-distilled like a lowland malt or Irish Whiskey, but with a lot more body and character than either of those styles. Impressive stuff.
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