James Buchanan began his whisky career in 1879 as a London agent, but it didn't take long for this savvy businessman to venture out on his own. He soon produced Buchanan Blend which became relied upon by many for its consistency and quality. It was marketed in a black bottle with a white label and customers simply started referring to Buchanan Blend as "that black and white whisky". Before the name of the blend was officially changed, another name was introduced. James won a contract to supply the House of Commons with whisky, hence the short-lived, new name of Buchanan's House of Commons Scotch Whisky.
Mild and clean, grassy, fresh with a hint of sweetness.
Characteristics: Produced according to an old recipe. He attained his full maturity at the storage. The malt drying over open peat fire lend his typically smoky taste to him.