March 4, 2009

Naked Scot Whisky

naked-scot-whisky-1.jpgAs the chief intern at Liquor Snob, I'm going to come right out and say there's nothing more appalling than a naked Scot. That's based mostly on the fact that I'm mostly Scottish and the sight of my nekkedness in the mirror on the way from the shower to the closet is pretty much what drives me to drink.

Hopefully, however, Naked Scot whisky will have a little bit more curb appeal than my birthday suit. No promises, but we're thinking pesticide-free whisky made in Scotland is a damn sight better than the flab and fur I'm sporting (hey, it gets cold in Scotland). Also, the reason it's called naked is because it's free of herbicides and pesticides, which the creators claim leads to a hangover free dram.

Naked Scot [via Martini Lounge]

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Posted by Jake Jamieson at March 4, 2009 8:03 PM
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