Scotch: Makin’ White Men Dance Since 1494*
Our Scotch: Makin’ White Men Dance Since 1494* is a famous Angus MacKilt shirt! The silly well known loveable ol’ Scot with his funny but O’so true statement. Designs are screen printed on good quality, pre-shrunk, 100% cotton T-shirts. Available in sizes M-3X (Sizes 2X and 3X, $2 extra). This makes a great gift for the person in your life that cant help but break our their moves once they’ve had a little does of Scotch! Or buy for yourself if you know you have some sweet dance moves.
- Screen-printed in full-color in the USA
- White T-shirts only
- Good-quality 100% cotton
- Adult sizes M – 3X
A bit o’ history!
The first written record of whisky production in Scotland is found in the Exchequer Rolls of Scotland, 1st of June 1494. To Friar John Cor, by order of the King, to make aqua vitae VIII bolls of malt. Exchequer Rolls 1494 95, Vol x, p. 487. Considered to be the industry’s founding document, it records Brother Cor, a Grey Monk of the Tironensian Order, being charged with the commission of making “acqua vitae” (strong alcoholic spirit) by King James IV, and we all know with a little “acqua vitae” in us we can but help start dancing like no ones watching!
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