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Ordering Scotches like Johnnie Walker Black, Chivas Regal, Highland Park or The Balvenie in retail stores or in bar and restaurant settings is a badge worn with pride by the savvy, trendy consumer who has arrived.
Obviously in the US, though, blended Scotch whisky's fight to hold onto its share of the market is a mixed bag; nearly all the lower-priced, US-bottled Scotches (Scotch may by be bottled anywhere, but only distilled in Scotland), like Clan MacGregor, Cluny and Inver House, are flat or fading.
The MacTarnahan single-malt scotch is aged 15 years and boasts an alcohol content of 46 percent, a bit stronger than most scotches in its class.