In Great Britain, kinship communities as 'clans' were very authoritative and influential in upper-class society in the Middle Ages. They spread their power and expansion during the time of Celts domination in this area. In Scotland, every clan had its own kilt with specific and individual pattern on it. Immortal clan - is a classic Scotch whiskey of "blended' category that is produced by mixing of malt and grain base. Whiskey bottling took place in its historical homeland in Glasgow, Scotland. The main symbol and central element is a clan blazon, which is stylized with two Scottish swords on a shield background. Two-handed sword is characterized as having a cross hilt of forward-sloping quillons with quarterfoil terminations. In this interpretation, blazon symbolizes the valor and courage of Scottish people, which certainly emphasizes its national identity.