If there’s one thing TWE’s whisky guru Duncan Ross loves as much as whisky, it’s westerns. So when he got the chance to talk about both at our latest tasting at Vinopolis, it’s fair to…Continue reading »
Browsing Posts Tagged: Glenmorangie
TWE Tasting – The Magnificent Seven
Posted on 29 July 2014 by Stuart
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Glenmorangie Companta – Private Collection V
Posted on 30 January 2014 by Billy
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Dr Bill Lumsden likes looking ahead. At the launch of his latest creation, the Glenmorangie Companta, he talked about his plans for the future – he currently has 29 new Glenmorangie bottlings in development. While…Continue reading »
Burns Night Food and Whisky. And some beer…
Posted on 23 January 2014 by Billy
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One of the ‘problems’ of the whisky world is the frequency of celebrations that require a dram to be raised. Since the end of summer we’ve had holidays and festivals every couple of weeks. This…Continue reading »
2013 – The TWEBlog review of the year
Posted on 9 January 2014 by Billy
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There seems to be a long running tradition across the internets of writing round-up posts at the beginning of the year. I’ve not yet done so and am starting to feel left out, so here’s…Continue reading »
Posted on 5 February 2013 by Billy
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January is normally a bit boring for whisky releases. Christmas has been and gone, people are counting pennies and the whisky industry is plotting quietly as the end of the tax year heaves itself over…Continue reading »
Award Season Analysis – Fool's Gold?
Posted on 17 August 2012 by Tim F
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A big congratulations to all the British medal-winners… at the 2012 International Wine & Spirits Competition, the Spirits categories of which were announced a week or two ago. A total of 1,346 medals were awarded this year…Continue reading »
TWE Blog Awards!
Posted on 16 February 2012 by Tim F
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It’s Oscar time again, and even in the whisky world the awards season is in full swing. Basking in the warm glow of our award for Best Online / Direct Mail Retailer of the Year at the recent…Continue reading »
The Whisky Lounge hits London this Saturday!
Posted on 12 May 2010 by Tim F
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Just a quick plug for this Saturday’s Whisky Lounge event in London, which is taking place at the Hilton in Tower Hill, just round the corner from London Bridge station. Former Glenmorangie ambassador Eddie Ludlow has…Continue reading »
TWE Blog Whisky Predictions for 2010 Pt.1
Posted on 7 January 2010 by Tim F
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Okay, so the London transport network is [email protected], there’s more snow due this afternoon and I live too far away from work to risk trying to get in and find myself stuck in Park Royal…Continue reading »
Be Glenmorangie's 17th Man of Tain!
Posted on 3 February 2009 by Tim F
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Hello everyone, and first of all can I say a big Thank You for all your contributions to last week’s Supernova / Octomore post, which has provoked a fascinating exchange of views in the comments section. Now,…Continue reading »
Glenmorangie Signet Tasting
Posted on 31 October 2008 by Tim F
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I’ll do a post about the Special Releases tasting very soon, but first I have to tell you about our Glenmorangie Signet event at TWE Vinopolis last Monday (20th October). We were doubly blessed as this…Continue reading »
Glen Moray sold to La Martiniquaise
Posted on 19 September 2008 by Tim F
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It has been widely reported that LVMH (that’s Louis Vuitton Moet Hennessy), parent company of Glenmorangie plc, have agreed to flog off their unloved step-child Glen Moray to fellow French company La Martiniquaise. Financial details…Continue reading »
Well, as Caperdonich originally should contribute to blends only and as there hasn't been any distillery bottlings before the two for the Italian market in the late 70's, I'd assume that a unique...
Posted on: 15 July 2022
That's really intriguing! I need to look into when the regulations started clamping down on naming – there was some discussion around Malt Mill online recently (thanks to
Posted on: 15 July 2022