The finest Speyside grain and malt whiskies are blended together to create the unmistakable smoky sweetness of SOMETHING SPECIAL™ whisky.
A dry, fruit aroma with a soft, smoky sweetness.
A mellow, soft and fruity flavour combined with a sweet smokiness.
A pleasantly rounded finish that lingers on the palate.
Amid the wide thoroughfares and Georgian splendour of Edinburgh's New Town, a purveyor of fine wines and spirits began to trade. Before long, the business was granted a Royal Warrant by King William IV and later by Queen Victoria, until in 1912, a new blended scotch whisky, known as SOMETHING SPECIAL™ whisky, was shared with the world.
For over one hundred years, the finest grain and malt whiskies, primarily from the renowned Speyside region, have been specially selected to create SOMETHING SPECIAL™ whisky. Only oak casks of the highest quality are chosen to mature the whisky that goes into this exceptional blended Scotch. The result is a distinctive blend - it's unmistakable.
Hill & Thomson establish a fine wines and liquor business in the prosperous town of Edinburgh.
SOMETHING SPECIAL™ whisky is introduced in 1912 by Hill & Thomson, advertised as “A Scotch for a Special Occasion.” It becomes popular in the United Kingdom and around the world.
The iconic SOMETHING SPECIAL™ whisky bottle is created by artisans. The distinctive diamond shape is heralded around the world as a statement of quality and originality.
SOMETHING SPECIAL™ whisky launches in new markets across Latin America and Asia where discerning connoisseurs are demanding high quality Scotch whisky.
SOMETHING SPECIAL™ whisky 15 year old whisky is introduced to consumers in South America to great acclaim.
A contemporary, slimmer bottle is introduced. Its distinctive shape remains a design icon which is commensurate with the premium whisky inside it.