“freshly distilled whiskey. when whiskey comes out of the still it is clear, it isn’t until is has been aged in wood casks that it turns brown and develops it’s signature characteristics. white dog is basically low proof moonshine.”—Urban Dictionary: White Dog
Rankin hardly hesitated. “Probably Highland Park, which is from Orkney. Highland Park is good. It’s not lifeless, but it’s not too heavy. It’s not too peaty. It’s a nice amalgam of things. A little bit of seaweed, a little bit of iodine, a little bit of heather, a little bit of peat. It’s just a nicely balanced whisky.”
“Right, yeah. I think it’s got a little bit of everything. That’s actually what my wife and I drank in our wedding ceremony,” Savage reminisced. “Are you talking about the 12 year?”
“Eighteen, preferably.” A row of single malt bottles ran along the top shelf inside the island bar.