Single malt meets liqueur

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Glenmorangie, the last independent distiller of single malt Scotch
whiskies, on Monday took on the production and bottling of
Drambuie, the liqueur made...

Glenmorangie, the last independent distiller of single malt Scotch whiskies, on Monday took on the production and bottling of Drambuie, the liqueur made from a recipe attributed to Bonnie Prince Charlie and the first liqueur to be accepted in the House of Lords. Drambuie will be made by Glenaird, a joint venture between Glenmorangie and the privately-owned Drambuie Liqueur Company​. Paul Neep, chief executive of Glenmorangie​, said the joint venture would enable the company to make better use of its production and bottling assets. But Drambuie would remain a private company, controlling its own marketing and distribution. Source: Financial Times

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