Who invented Scotch liquor?

Answer The earliest documented distillation of Scotch liquor, or whisky, was in 1495 by a Friar named John Cor. The whisky was distilled in a section of Scotland known as the Exchequer Rolls. It gets the ... Read More »

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Did you know that I love scotch, scotchy scotch scotch, here it goes down, down into my belly, mmm mmm mmm?

i feel all deprived...i've never had scotch.i do like tequila though...yum.

When was Scotch whiskey invented?

Scotch whiskey was invented in 1494. The Exchequer Rolls of 1494 show 1500 bottles of distilled whiskey made in Scotland. The whiskey has to be produced in Scotland to be called scotch.References:W... Read More »

What year was Scotch tape invented?

Scotch tape was invented in 1930 by Richard G. Drew. His original product was called Scotch Brand Cellulose Tape. The adhesive was made from rubber, oils and resins. The product based on the origin... Read More »

Who invented the clear Scotch tape?

Richard G. Drew, an engineer for 3M, is credited with inventing Scotch tape in 1930. Its ingredients included oils, rubber and resins with a backing of cellophane. The tape was transparent and wate... Read More »