A traditional blended Scotch whisky
Barrel aged in oak casks
An enticing flavor of fruit and malt with a woody finish
Ideal for enjoying at home on its own or with a meal
Bell's is a traditional blend of 100% Scotch whisky. It remains a product made in Scotland, having been established in 1825 in Pitlochry by Arthur Bell. Bell's is traditionally served neat or over ice but goes just as well with 150ml lemonade or cola over ice. Sit back and enjoy a Bell's.
Barrel aged in oak cases, Bell's has fruity, malty and woody notes.
- Bell's was established in 1825 by Arthur Bell in Pitlochry, Scotland
Bell's was established in 1825 in Scotland by Arthur Bell. Despite blending some of Scotland's finest whiskies for over 50 years, Arthur never put his name on the bottle because he believed a great whisky should speak for itself. It was only after his death that his son, AK Bell, labelled his father's creation with the name we know today.
‘Afore ye go' is written on our cap, in today's terms, it means ‘stay a little longer' a friendly invitation to spend five more minutes enjoying a good whisky in good company.