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A bottle of Scotsmac which describes itself as a blend of Mature British Wine and Fine Whiskey. The design incorporates a thistle motif and an image of a Scottish castle and loch but the rear label says: bottled for Constellation Europe Ltd., Guildford (southeast England).

Scotsmac is an alcoholic drink consisting of a blend of wine and whisky flavouring.[1][2][3] It is sold in 700ml bottles from discount supermarket stores such as Netto and Lidl across the United Kingdom. Scotsmac has a strength of 15%.[citation needed] Also known as the "Bam's Dram" or "Wham's Dram", it was once blended by D & L Ariano, imported and bottled by J.H. Wham & Son (Largs) Ltd.[4][5] It is now bottled for Accolade Wines in Guildford, Surrey.

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  1. ^ McKie, Andrew (16 August 2010). "How do we decide if a drink is too strong … or too cheap?". The Herald. HeraldScotland. Retrieved 14 March 2012. 
  2. ^ The News and Courier - Google News Archive Search
  3. ^ "End of term leads to scary ballroom blitz - Education". 2006-06-21. Retrieved 2012-03-15. 
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  5. ^ "SCOTSMAC By: J. H. WHAM & SON (LARGS) LIMITED". Trademarkia. Retrieved 14 March 2012.