What’s good, BLAC family? Let’s take a moment to pour ourselves a glass to celebrate the Black Owned Spirit that is Fior Scotch. This Scotch isn’t just smooth – it’s a salute to authentic Scottish tradition made with love by our brother, Eric Dominijanni, making every sip noteworthy.
The Essence of Fior: True to Scotland, True to Ourselves
‘Fior,’ Gaelic for ‘pure, true, and clean,’ isn’t just a name—it’s a statement. A reminder that in our brilliant Black community, authenticity should always shine through. Fior stays true to traditional Scottish distilling, producing a scotch untouched by artificial flavors or colors.
Fior’s Label: A Nod to Authentic Scottish Heritage
If you take a close look at Fior’s label, you’ll see it’s more than just a pretty design. This Black-Owned scotch is a direct reflection of Scottish history, featuring the Lion Rampant, a symbol of Scottish nobility. Because sometimes, pouring out some fine Scotch is also about pouring out pieces of history.
The Craft of Blending: A Mixture of Tradition, Skill, and Culture
Being a blend of hand-picked Highland and Speyside Scotches, Fior offers a harmonious mix of rich vanilla and subtle smoky tones echoing Scotland’s scenery. However, it also signifies the blend we all carry – of history, roots, and our unique stories.
Creating Impact: Fior Scotch’s Mission to Give Back
When you unwind with a glass of Fior Scotch, you’re not just enjoying an exceptional drink. You’re also helping veterans in need, as every purchase supports the Wounded Warrior Project. And you know how we do it. In our community, lifting one another is just as important as lifting a glass.
Eric Dominijanni: A Journey from Military Service to Scotch Mastery
Through over twenty years of military service, Eric Dominijanni has stayed true to his roots then turned what started as an amateur scotch collection into the Fior Scotch we know and love today. His story is just another reminder that no matter where we start, we can create our success stories.
Fior Scotch’s take on the classic Boulevardier, but made here with Scotch instead of Bourbon or Rye Whiskey.
1.5 oz Fior Scotch
1 oz Sweet Vermouth
1 oz Campari
1 Orange Twist (for garnish)
Add the Fior, Vermouth, and Campari to a cocktail shaker with ice and gently shake until chilled. Strain into a chilled glass. Garnish with an orange twist. For more information on Major Martin Robinson Delany, the inspiration behind this drink, follow this link.