- Reviews (0)
Captain (William) Kidd from Scotland (1645 – 1701) began his career as a privateer, originally commissioned to rid the seas of pirates. Only reluctantly, did he cross bounds into piracy (having been elected pirate captain by his crew). His greatest misfortune was attacking an East India Company vessel. When he learned that he was hunted for that deed, he buried some of his treasure on Gardiners Island, anticipating its usefulness as a bargaining tool. But, captured in Boston along with his wife, William Kidd was eventually sent to England for trial and sentenced to death.
A combination of Greek and Polish Basma Oriental tobacco’s, with a naturally extracted Scottish single malt whiskey.
Expect a refreshing spicy and earthy tobacco mixed with a subtle but characterful Scottish single malt whiskey.