Eagles have a special meaning in many cultures. The eagle in the Pharaonic civilization in Egypt symbolized the goddess Bekhbet who represented Upper Egypt. The deity, Aswan, was also considered the protector of Pharaohs. Her extended wings also appear as a sign of protection.
A civilization right up next in the timeline, the Romans, recognize the eagle as the king of birds. Therefore, eagles were symbols of imperial power that represented courage, strength, and immortality.
Like an eagle overseeing vast landscapes, the Ardmore distillery sits at the highest point of the Northern railway line, 600 feet above sea level. Hence, the eagle on its whisky bottles protects every drop of wild, powerful nature that travels from the distillery.
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