Auchentoshan 'American Oak' Single Malt Scotch Whisky - Scotland
Scotland Rugby Since 1873
Single Malt Scotch whisky
A Scotch brand that is not heritage, but undeniably contemporary, describing themselves as ‘forged in the fires of The Industrial Revolution and the Glaswegian sweat of our forefathers’. Auchentoshan is a part of of the city.
Triple distilled and matured solely in American bourbon casks. A Lowland Single Malt Whisky with the sweet aromas of vanilla and coconut - along with the signature smooth, delicate, Auchentoshan taste.
Available instore only
RUGBY IN SCOTLAND
The Scottish Football Union was founded on Monday 3 March 1873 at a meeting held at Glasgow Academy, Elmbank Street, Glasgow. Eight clubs were represented at the foundation, Glasgow Academicals; Edinburgh Academical Football Club; West of Scotland F.C.; University of St Andrews Rugby Football Club; Royal High School FP; Merchistonians; Edinburgh University RFC; and Glasgow University. Five of these clubs were, at the time of founding the Scottish Football Union, already members of the previously instituted Rugby Football Union. Although the RFU now represents exclusively English clubs, in its first few years it had members from outside England, there being no other national union. West of Scotland, Glasgow Academicals and Edinburgh University had joined the RFU in 1871 and Edinburgh Academicals and Royal High School FP had joined in 1872. These five renounced membership of the RFU to join the SFU.
The SFU was a founding member of the International Rugby Football Board, now known as World Rugby, in 186 with Ireland and Wales. (England refused to join until 1890.)
In 1924 the SFU changed its name to become the Scottish Rugby Union.