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Glenmorangie Pride 'pinnacle' of whisky creator's efforts Published Date: 16 July 2011 Glenmorangie's chief creator, Dr Bill Lumsden, has unveiled what he says is his finest whisky yet. Almost three decades in the making, £2,500-a-bottle Glenmorangie
21 March 2011 Early Historic Scotland has long been thought of as a barbaric and dark time, dominated by blue-painted Picts and marauding Vikings. But Scots academics are set to dispel this notion with research to be published later this year
Space Solutions has helped Drambuie, the iconic Scottish liqueur company, to move office. The £50,000 deal saw the drinks company relocate from Glenmorangie's offices at Broxburn in West Lothian to Rosewell House in Ratho's Connect Business Park on
Toast the holidays as more and more liquor manufacturers receive the kosher certification of approval. Kosher drinkers have more to cheer about this holiday season as a growing number of spirits producers seek and receive the seal of approval from
The firm has signed a deal for 25,000 square feet in the new Cube development on Leith Street, where it will join existing tenant Glenmorangie, the whisky company...It will occupy space spread over the second and third floors of the Cube, which was
French regulators investigate the acquisition of the stake. "It is logical that, having found a visitor in its garden, (the family] is getting together and discussing ways to respond to this visitor," Thomas said.
MSPs to raise their concerns over the banks when Angela Knight, the sector's chief lobbyist, arrives at the parliament for a briefing on where we go from here. The chief executive of the British Bankers' Association knows that she has her work cut
France's richest man, Bernard Arnault, sinks his teeth into something, he rarely lets go...In 2004 Arnault beat off competition from Pernod Ricard and Bacardi to get his hands on Scotland's Glenmorangie. Moet Hennessy (MH) clan and then ousting the
Morrison Bowmore, the distiller best known for its eponymous Islay malt, gained 7 per cent last year despite a decline in global demand for single malt whiskies. Pre-tax profits rose to £3.8 million from £3.6m in 2008 as the Glasgow-based firm, owned
Ted Binge, a Briton who has just turned 100, believes that having whisky with breakfast and another glass at night for the past 82 years has helped him reach the grand old age. 'It's never done me any harm, maybe they should put it on prescription,'