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Ever since we started to distribute the GHOST OWL WHISKEYS our advertisements generated a lot of interest and comments. Several hundred Likes and Shares.

Questions like: Why the name Ghost Owl? Whisky or Whiskey? Where can I buy a bottle? Etc., Etc.

This prompted us to add an "Owl Page" to our website.


But first - Why do we market and distribute the GHOST OWL WHISKEYS?

The answer is simple - Excellent quality, attractive labels and we do love OWLS!


"Don't count your owls before    they are delivered" 


Albus Dumbledore in Harry Potter

The Barn Owl has many names:

The bird is known by many common names which refer to its appearance, call, habitat, or its eerie, silent flight: white owl, silver owl, demon owl, ghost owl, death owl, night owl, rat owl, church owl, cave owl, stone owl, monkey-faced owl, hissing owl, hobgoblin or hobby owl, dobby owl, white-breasted owl, golden owl, screech owl, straw owl, barnyard  owl, and delicate owl.



Is it "Whisky" or "Whiskey"?

In Scotland, they make Scotch 'Whisky"    (Plural "Whiskies", but in Ireland they make Irish "Whiskey" (Plural "Whiskeys").

American and British dictionaries generally observe this distinction when referring to these two products. But then the dictionaries go their separate ways.

In referring to versions of the liquor manufactured in other countries. British dictionaries spell it "Whisky". Some US dictionaries prefer "Whiskey" while others accept both spellings as standard.

Why the difference? We haven't found a definitive answer.

(By Grammarphobia Blog)


A wise old owl sat on an oak;

The more he saw the less he spoke;

The less he spoke the more he heard;

Why aren't we like that wise old Bird?

(Edward Hersey Richards)

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