Rupert Patrick, the great-great grandson, decided to revive his ancestor’s famous James Eadie’s Trade Mark ‘X’. He tracked down Mr. Eadie’s ledgers, and discovered a forgotten blend of today’s most sought-after malts and grain. Then, he sampled one of the last surviving bottles from the 1940s with a panel of experts. Finally, he invited Norman Mathison, one of Scotland’s finest Master Blenders, to bring James Eadie’s whisky back to life. This is an elegant, peaty dram which offers a rare glimpse into the art of blending from the first Golden Age of Scotch Whisky, and what's more we have it on offer for you this week!