Published by ScotchLover on January 20, 2011 - 8:25pm Rating: 0 No votes yet Comments now that is just wrong , but a bottle of water and a can of whisky would make for a grand time. Would the taste be different? Slainte, Just...odd. I dont' know if I'd be willing to try this. For sipping or slipping comotose? The wisest statement is a rubber stopper attachment for the punch top can. If this blend is made as a money saver, then at least encourage responsibility. Check out Mark Gillespie's W-Cast 4 more info. Is this product most likely to promote GlaxoSmithKline sales of anti-rejection liver meds. Big assumption: Will the Regional Organ Bank actually allow the transplant? What's the Composition on this one, let alone the ABV; 97% grain, 3% malt? The company has an office in Scotland, but is registered in Panama. Here's a link to the official website. http://www.scottishspirits.com/en/whisky_can.html lafew1 - There's discussion on this in the Group "The Scottish Court on Scotch". Join the group & chime in. There a few comments about what it's made of. The group's link is: http://community.forscotchlovers.com/_ScotchLover-commented-on-a-group-c... What episode did WhiskyCast hit on this? I'm behind two or three. I have just read that this is a blend of alcohol and malt extract. It is definitly something I would be interested in seeing, but I don't know about putting it in my mouth.