Tag Archives: single-malt scotch

Happiness is a cold whisky

It’s not every day that you get to hang out at Abbey Road Studios in London, but that’s exactly what I was doing on Thursday evening, at an evening hosted by The Glenlivet. The event was kicked off by a … Continue reading

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A cask from the past

The Glenlivet 70 Year Old has arrived. From Feb 3rd, 1940, to be precise. As the Allies and Axis nations kicked each other around the continent, somewhere in Scotland they were carefully distilling this rare scotch. And this is the fruit … Continue reading

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Whisky revenge

I don’t often read the Banglore local press. But I might start after the paper broke an incredible story this week of whisky, parking and abuse of power. In a nutshell, B Muthanna, Deputy Commissioner of Police, went to the Meridien hotel with some buddies … Continue reading

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Scotch: China’s new status symbol

This is a really interesting WSJ article about the role of scotch in China and how it differs from other countries. In China, Scotch whisky is becoming a status symbol for mostly affluent, self-made young men. Crucially, they are prepared … Continue reading

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One Day You Will

Glenfiddich (single-malt Scotch and a division of William Grant & Sons) is launching a new ad campaign in the U.S.. Using the tagline “One Day You Will,” the campaign will include out-of-home, print, online and events. Agency Leagas Delaney has created … Continue reading

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